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t Martinique. The Vanderbilt is, he said, so "very much faster" than the Alabama, that if once engaged with the former he could not get away from her. Henry Ward Beecher addressed an immense audience at Exeter Hall, London, on the 20th inst., upon the interests of the North. A few expressions of dissent were drowned in the general plaudits of the vast assemblage. The London News says one of the most enthusiastic meetings ever held in London must have convinced Mr. Beecher of the truth of Earl Russell's assertion, that the great body of the English people were with the North, and cause him to return home as a messenger of peace and good will between the two countries. The London Times combats Mr. Beecher's arguments, and declares that he is not the man to convert the English people. Two divisions of Russian infantry, with several batteries of artillery, have been ordered to Poland as reinforcements to the army of the Czar. The Black Sea flotilla of Russia wa