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hat a loan for the United States Government had been placed upon the Stock Exchange? If so, was this in accordance with our principles of non-intervention? Lord Palmerston replied that he personally cognizant of the matters to the honorable member referred, but, that, should they arise, they would, of course, be dealt with by the Government. Kingston, Canada, to be made a naval station.[from the London post, Government Organ] Advices from Canada, of the 19th ult, mention that Kingston, in addition to being a military station, is soon to be made a naval one also. It is said that an army and flotilla (consistent with treaty stipulations) will be employed upon Canadian waters. This contemplated measure appears to afford satisfaction there. Several vessels of war are preparing to leave England for the American coast. German anxiety respecting the war issue. A Berlin correspondent, writing on the 31st of July, states that the anxiety in the Prussian capital respec