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o'clock Her Majesty held a Privy Council at Windsor Castle. Three of Her Majesty's Ministers, including the First Lord of Admiralty and Secretary of State for War, traveled from London to Windsor by special train to be present. Previous to leaving town, the three Ministers had attended a Cabinet council at Lord Palmerston's official residence. The Observer says a special messenger of foreign affairs has been ordered to carry our demands to Lord Lyons, and will proceed by packet from Queenstown to-day. The public will be satisfied to know that these demands are for an apology, and to insist upon a restitution to the protection of the British flag of those who were violently and illegally torn from that sacred asylum. The Observer adds: "There is no reason why they should not be restored to the quarter deck of a British Admiral at New York or Washington itself, in the face of ten or twelve men of war, whose presence in the Potomac would render the blustering Cabinet at Washi
Still Later.arrival of the city of Washington. St. Johns, N. F., Dec. 15, --The newsboat of the Associated Pre arrived from Cape Race with the advices of the steamer City of Washington, from Liverpool via Queenstown, on the 5th, interested off that point. The ship Lady Franklin, from London for New York, put into Plymouth on the 3d inst. and took fire the same night, and was scuttled, Some Southerners among her crew are suspected of firing the ship. The Australasian has been chartered to carry troops and a battery of artillery to Canada. She was to sail on the 12th. The Latest. Queenstown, Dec. 5th. --The excitement in reference to the Slidell and Mason affair continues unabated. The Paris Temps repeats the statement that Napoleon had tendered his services as a mediator. It is rumored that the steamer Persia has been chartered to convey troops to Canada. This, however, is pronounced premature. The Australiasian was advertised to sail for N
Europe: England was agitated to an intense pitch of excitement by the supposed insult perpetrated on her flag by the arrest of Mason and Slidell on board the mail steamer Trent.--The anti American section of the London press had lashed the people in a perfect storm of rage, and a Cabinet Council, held with their noise and clamor ringing in the ears of the Ministers, had almost agreed on making the case a cause of war with our government. As a first result, the Europa was detained at Queenstown by order of the government to 2d inst. and took a Queen's messenger on board, with dispatches for Lord Lyons, in which, it is said, the Ambassador is instructed to demand from President Lincoln, in a firm and determined manner the restoration of Mason and Sildell to the traveling status and position which they enjoyed before Captain Wilkes took them on hand, as well as a disavowal of and government apology for the not of that officer from the San Jacinto to wards the Trent. Should war