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Important from Europe.Lincoln's message in England.Warlike preparations continued.Great Britain likely to Provoke a war even after the Surrender of Mason and Slidell.&c. &c. &c. The Asia arrived at Halifax at 5 o'clock on the morning of December 31. She left Liverpool at 11 o'clock on the morning of the 21st ult., and Queenstown on the 22d, and she has on board five hundred troops, with stores, &c., and is consequently under Government orders. She has 28 passengers for New York, and £7,200 in specie. The screw steamship Etna, Capt. Kennedy, which left Liverpool at noon on the 18th, and Queenstown on the 19th of December, arrived here at 10 ½ A. M. yesterday, bringing mails and passengers. The steamship Borussis, from Hamburg via Southampton 18th ult., also arrived at this port yesterday. In England public feeling was for the moment so engrossed with the death of the Prince Consort that, although President Lincoln's message was regarded with the greatest intere
missed from the had his sentence confirmed by Gen, Important from Kentucky-- Le--expected battle at Louisville, Dec. 31. --Exciting a general engagement in Kentucky have prevailed all day, rally discredited now, to being received atople's Bank, of has been reorganized at Loun choice of a new board of ass direction of the bank to Cincinnati, Dec. 31.--A to the Commercial, from in that there are rumors of Kentucky to-day. Gen. Buefl had ordered to regiment of Frce, destroy bridge, and retire. All the Union regulars we the bridge early yesterday morning. Philadelphia, Dec. 31.--A received here mentions as at the battle of Paducah, Capt., con, of this city. Capt. Bac Kentucky regiment raised near The dispatch gives no par battle. The reported battle in Kentucky reconnaissances, Washington, Dec, 31, --The the country last night, that a going on in Kentucky, is not No official information received by the Governmen