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, and returned to Liverpool in the Laurel. The London journals publish the correspondence between the British Consul at Bahia, Brazil, and the Governor of the Province on the Florida case. Influenced by the perusal of the official papers, some of the London journals renew their angry protests against the action of the commander of the Wachusett. Others of these papers express the hope that due reparation will be made by the United States Government. La France, of Paris, says that Brazil has broken off diplomatic relations with the United States in consequence of the seizure of the Florida; and the Paris Patrie, of the latest date, asserts that England has called on all the other great Powers to protest, collectively, against the seizure. A London paper confesses that British army officers, when regularly commissioned, have always been received with courtesy in the American camps, North and South. Earl Russell delivered an address in the University of Aberdeen, in