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The American question in England — Lincoln's message.the opinion of the London Times. [From the London Times. Dec. 18.] The style of the American President has fallen with the fortunes of the Republic. Instead of the jolly, rollicking periods of former days, each of which seemed to suggest at its close a stave of "Hall Columbia," we have now got a discursive and colloquial essay, ill arranged and worse exp Nor does the matter redeem the style. It is really wonderful, when we consider the present state of the American Republic, how any one placed in the position of Mr. Lincoln could have taken the trouble to produce so strange a medley, so in composite a rhapsody. There are several subjects on which we earnestly desire information, and on no one is it afforded. Above all things, we want to know what view the American Cabinet takes of the affair of the Trent, what advice it has received from its legal counselors, and with what feeling it approaches the coming controversy.