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Wm. H. Seward's letter. --The letter of Secretary Seward, which we published on Thursday, in reference to the American correspondence of the London Times, is an amusing production. The Government of the United States must be upon its last legs when the Premier condescend to issue a manifesto upon the communications of an intolerant letter writer of the London Times, concerning matters and thins on this continent. Imagine John C. Calhoun, or Daniel Werster under the old regime, putting forth a manifest from the State Department upon the subject of Russell's letters to the London Times! --Mr. Seward, it is true, affects to treat the matter with great dignity, but it is the dignity of a small man in a great place, of a little fellow attempting to increase his inches by standing as high in his boots as possible.--Moreover, he says, "he has not read the publications complained of," and "am quite sure it has not arrested the attention of any of the members of the Administration," &c.