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color to it. Second Dispatch. Boston, Dec. 26. --The rumored departure of Slidell andrge her pilot. Third Dispatch. Boston, Dec. 26. --It is certain that the report about ld's special Washington correspondent, dated Dec. 26th, says: In connection with the report thhe New York Herald, under date of Washington, Dec. 26, furnishes the following items: The prisr from Fort Pickens and Key West. New York, Dec. 26. --The steamship Baltic from Fort Pickehe South side of the Potomac. Washington, December 26. --Information received here to-day fessary. Affairs at Panama. Washington, Dec. 26. --The flag officer of the Pacific squainity. Arrival of the Arago. New York, Dec. 26. --The steamer Arago with Gen. Scott amgh. A rebel vessel captured. New York, Dec. 26. --The rebel schooner Fashion was captut to Key West. Army order. Washington, Dec. 26. --The War Department has issued an ord[4 more...]
Later from Europe.arrival of the Australasian.the European press on the Trent affair. &c., &c., &c., Halifax, Dec. 26. --The steamer Australasian arrived at Halifax to-day, with 1,265 soldiers, a field battery, etc. Per steamer Niagara, which also arrived here to-day, it is estimated that about 12,000 troops will be sent to Canada. Two battailous of the Guards were expected to sail on the 18th instant, in the steamers Adriatic and Parana. The Paris correspondent of the London Globs says, that Count Thouvenel's dispatch to M. Mercler, the French Minister at London, is known to have confined the Federal Executive to the simple dilemma:--are the Southerners belligerents or rebels? They have been flatly refused any rights in the first capacity, and in the second the right of asylum acquired by political refugees has been set at naught, and France must make the case of the Trent substantially her own. The Paris Presse says that Gen. Scott's mission appears to ha
Important from the Bahamas. arrival of vessels loaded with cotton. the Confederate flag warmly welcomed.&c., &c., &c., New York, Dec. 26. --By Captain Bain, late of the brig Forrest City, who came passenger from Nassau, N. P., we have advices from Nassau to Dec. 11. The schooner Prince of Wales, from Charleston, with cotton, arrived on the 7th (since captured;) also, the sloop Noank, with rice; steamer Isabel, on the 8th, with cotton; steamer Gordon, with cotton, and the steamer Gladiator, from Liverpool, with firearms and ammunition. All of which vessels were warmly welcomed. They came in flying the rebel flag. It was rumored that the authorities would not allow the Gladiator to land her firearms. A full-rigged brig from Liverpool, with a cargo of salt, also arrived. The captain came into Nassau for a pilot to assist him to run the blockade. The Lady Adger also arrived from Philadelphia. The schooners Caleb Stet on, Capt. Robin on, and E. W. Perry,