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he real power which it drew from the principle of its neutrality." On the other hand, the Steels published a day or two ago the following: It is said that, in virtue of an arrangement already concluded, and with the consent of England, Antwerp and the sea-coast are to be given to Holland. Flanders and Brabant to France, and Luxembourg, with a part of Limburg, to Prussia. We have not seen the treaty, and we are not responsible for the mistakes of the propagators of these reports. Mo an active and intelligent share; and rarely has there been an important debate in which he has not participated when within reach of Brussels. The energy with which he pleaded in favor of the establishment of a steam navigation service between Antwerp and the Levant is always remembered with gratitude by the commercial bodies of the country. On all occasions he has spoken as the advocate of liberal and enlightened measures, tending to increase the prosperity and happiness of the people. Whe