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The latest from Europe. comments of the English press on Pope's defeat — Calls for intervention — the bravery of the south an object of admiration — the emancipation policy condemned, &c., &c. The news by the Angle Saxon, from Liverpool on the 18th, is highly interesting. The Liverpool Telegraph says that besides the commissions committed to other ship builders by the rebel Government, which are being pushed forward with all possible dispatch, a large iron plated ram it being constructed on the river Mersey, without any attempt being made at concealment. This ran will be of the most formidable character, and will attempt to run the blockade at Charleston. The journal says that a vessel is lying at Liverpool, taking in a cargo of iron plates, destined for Southern vessel, which is awaiting their arrival at Charleston. It is reported that three of the steamers on the Clyde — The Trounce, the and the Clydesdale — have been sold to the Government. The Paris