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orders they were arrested and imprisoned, and that he communicate to the Senate all papers relating to their arrest and imprisonment. The Washington correspondent of the Associated Press, on the 2d, telegraphs the following: The Democratic representatives yesterday showed how much they were emboldened by the recent successes of that party in the North. The manner of several was decidedly imperious, and both their actions and language gave full evidence that they intended to support no measures that were not based upon the Constitution as all the Democratic Presidents had construed it Advance in the New York stock Market. New York, Dec. 3. --Stocks are higher to-day under the influence of a rumor that the Secretary of the Treasury will recommend an additional issue of currency. The "Alabama." Boston, Dec, 3. --The British bark Mary., at Queenstown, Nov. 19th, from Yarmouth, N. S, spoke Oct. 30th, in lat 41, lon, 64,30, the rebel steamer Alabama.
istake of President Lincoln, both in a military and political point of view. The Saturday Review thinks that the Emperor Napoleon has movements afoot which do not appear on the surface of his mediation scheme, and says that the express mention of the name Confederate States, which they selected for themselves, virtually involves recognition; and the proposed armistice implies an opinion which may shortly be altered into language more intelligible than words. This paper hints at a probable alliance with the Southern States in connection with the Emperor's designs on Mexico. Latest,(Via Queenstown.)--The elections in Greece commence on the 6th of December and terminate on the 10th. The great probability of the election of Prince Alfred to the throne causes excitement among foreign ministers. The country is tranquil. There had been a slight advance in cotton at Liverpool. Breadstuffs were unchanged. Corn was easier. Provisions were declining. Console 93½ a83¾.