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es will be released. United States vs., the D. F. Keeling.--This vessel was seized under the act of July 12, 1861, as being owned by Mrs. Hutchinge, an inhabitant of New Orleans it was proved that the owner was a Britian subject visiting at New Orleans, but having no fixed reddence there. The Court released the vessel. England's Intention with reference to the Difficulties with the United States--interesting Programms.[from the London News, December 21] The Paris Patris, of the 10th instant, receives from London the following information, which it states to be "news." If the answer to the English note should not be favorable, Lord Lyens will leave Washington in three days, and will transmit the orders of his Government to Admiral Milne, who will in that case immediately leave Jamaica (?) with his squadron to take up a position at Norfolk, a Virginia port on the confines of Carolina, which will be the basis of the English naval operations. France, we are assured, wi