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The South and England. The letter of Mr. Russell to the London Times, which is such a monstrous caricature of the battle of Manassas Plains, need not much astothe fact, no American, at least, can doubt, after reading the last letter of Mr. Russell and the accompanying comments of the Times. The impression which the whole fssity on one side, and Exeter Hall is a power in the State on the other; and Mr. Russell seems to be balancing his attention between the two, like the ass between tw. If Great Britain can hesitate in her choice between fanaticism and cotton, Mr. Russell is less of an ass than we suppose. --We do not believe she can hesitate long; we know she must bow the knee to cotton in the end; and if Mr. Russell, especially after the rout at Manassas, can be induced by Seward and Scott to believe that Eorbid philanthropy of abolitionism. We care not for the misrepresentations of Russell, or any other hireling emissary of the London Times. We have the cotton, and
Remanded. --The Mayor yesterday remanded Geo. Russell for trial for stabbing Daniel Anderson with a knife, on Franklin street, Thursday evening; also, Jos. Bohannan, (jointly charged with J. F. Hunt, who was acquitted,) of stealing six pieces of lumber from the Confederate States.