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From Europe. The malls by the steamship Cuba, at Halifax, have arrived. We glean the following items: Earl Russell, the new English Premier, is sick. Having a cold, he stayed away from the recent Cabinet Council. According to the London Star, however, his illness is somewhat more serious. Sir Frederick Bruce, the British Minister, has been appointed umpire to a joint commission, representing the United States and the republic of Columbia, South America, for the settlement of claims arising out of the Panama riots of 1856. The official investigation into the escape of Stephens has been postponed until the close of the Commission, but the Inspector of Prisons, Mr. Corry Connellan, has been directed to answer certain interrogatories tendered to him by order of the Executive. A large number of persons of considerable position are said, by the Dublin Evening Mail, to be seriously compromised in the affair. The Paris journals are strictly forbidden to speak of