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burgs there, after them. But this is not all. A war of the most formidable dimensions is looming up in Northern as well as Southern Europe. A correspondent of the London Times, under date of Copenhagen, March 28, writes: "We are rapidly drifting into hostilities with Germany. The last attempt of the Danish Government to come to an amicable understanding with the Estates of Holstein has signally failed. The committee to whom the Government proposals were referred, reported on the 16th unanimously in favor of their rejection. The Assembly itself will, it is known, act with like unanimity in adopting the recommendation of its committee, and has already done so in regard to the first part of the proposals concerning the re-organization of the Common Parliament or Rigsraad. All the speeches made in the Assembly breathe the most bitter hostility to Denmark, and all agree in demanding the establishment of a political union between the Duchies of Holstein and Schleswig as the c
Col. Rudler arrived. --We are happy to announce that Col. Rudler, whose return from his captivity in Honduras has been noticed, arrived here on Sunday night, and was warmly welcomed by his many friends, A salute was fired in honor of his arrival yesterday. He comes in the hour of his country's need, and will doubtless add to his fame by distinguished service with her gallant sons.--Augusta (Ga.) Chronicle, 16th.
Massachusetts true to her instincts. "Massachusetts is the first State to respond to the requisition of the President. Without waiting for the official requisition for , Gov. Andrews to-day telegraphed to the President. The quota of troops required of Massachusetts is ready; how will you have them to proceed?"--N. Y. Herald of 16th Commenting on the above, the Washington States remarks "that in the last war with Great Britain, when our shores were invaded, our cities laid in ashes, our women insulted and degraded by heartless foreign troops, the President made a lawful and constitutional call on the Governor of Massachusetts (Strong,) for a small quota of troops to defend our homes and families, and it was refused! "Now that the blood of Southern brethren is to be spilled, the unconstitutional call of the President is anticipated, and Massachusetts shows her craven spirit. "How distinct is the contrast between Massachusetts and North Carolina. While the citizens