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Later from Europe.

The Hibernian, from Londonderry on the 2d instant, arrived at Portland on the 17th with five days later news. The following is a telegraphic summary:

‘ Earl Russell had replied to the recent manifesto of the Confederate Congress expressing equal friendship for North and South, deploring the war, and pledging England to strict neutrality.

’ The Times thinks Mr. Lincoln will make some attempt to close the war by negotiation.

A meeting was held at Bristol to celebrate Mr. Lincoln's re-election to the Presidency. Cheers were given for Jeff Davis and General Lee, and groans for Grant, Butler and Lincoln. A rush was then made for the platform and the speakers driven away from it. The police finally cleared the room.

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