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Mr. Russell's letters to the London times. "Our Own" Criticises Mr. Seward and his Lake and Sea-coast defence circular — the Politician's Anxiety for a War with England, &c. [from the special Correspondence of the London Times.] Washington, Oct. 19. --In my last letter, in the hurry of closing the envelope, a copy of Mr. Seward's circular and some remarks upon it were omitted; but the omission is of little consequence, as the mail must have taken over the document and the news of the effect produced by it in New York and other cities of the United States. The immediate impression in every one's mind was, "Mr. Seward is aware of some action on the part of England, which must result in war" "The Secretary is bent on doing something which will lead to a war with England" I infer these reflections from the words of many people I met last week. The whole American people will, I doubt not, sustain Mr. Seward's tone and position, and certainly the dispatch to whic