The accounts which come to us from England are positively flaming with the wonderful achievements of quick telegraphing, by Hughes' instrument, through the Atlantic cable. It is reported to have sent twice the number of words in the same time than could be done by the best English telegraph, and they seem to consider it as surpassing every telegraph yet brought before the public. On this side of the Atlantic it ia not held to be so simple or so rapid, we believe, as the Morse telegraph, nor can a message be sent by it a greater distance.