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cution of this order. The following named persons are particularly directed to this notice: David Hunt, Clinton Cockrill, Joe Merryman, Robert Cain, John Murray, H. J. Freeland, W. M. Paxton, W. C. Remington, Andrew Tribble, R. P. S. Filey, Jackson Miller, Robt. Clark, W. Tatman, H. M. Cochran, S. M. Hays, Joseph Todd, and James Burcksbarte. D. Hunter, Maj. Gen. Commanding. Improved Dwelling for soldiers. A Missouri correspondent of the New York Herald, writing under date of December 27, says: I noticed yesterday a series of structures occupied by one of Colonel Ellis's First Missouri Cavalry companies, which combined the lightness of the tent with the warmth of a dwelling. This novel-looking kind of coral consisted of a circular picket surmounted by a tent. A circular trench eighteen inches deep is first dug, equalling the diameter of a Sibley tent at the bottom, and posts seven and a half feet in length, and some six inches through, are placed upright close
o be kept in readiness to leave, pending the solution of the American question. Great Britain. Deputations from religious denominations, icluding the Congregational Union, the Baptist Union, and the Baptist Board had an interview on the 27th of December, with Earl Russell, on the subject of the threatened war with America. The English papers continue to teem with articles on the American question, but as they are mostly confined to speculators, on the eye of solution, it is not essef men-of-war, and fourteen Captains of frigates. It was reported that Prussia had made fresh proposals to France in relation to the conclusion of a treaty of commerce between France and the Zotlverien. The Paris Bourse was that on the 27th of December at 67f. 20 for the rates. Berlin, Dec. 29.--The Government of Prussia has addressed a dispatch to the Minister of Prussia, at Washington, in reference to the arrest of Messrs. Mason and Slidell, condemning the proceedings of the com