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fixed. Peace rumors and the Yankee prospects. The New York correspondent of the London Times, writing from Niagara Falls under date of August 8th; says: "Clifton House has become the centre of negotiations between the Northern friends of peace and the Southern agents, which promise a withdrawal of differences from the arbitrament of the sword." The correspondent then goes on to explain that an effort is to be made to nominate a Democrat for the Presidency upon a platform for an armistice and a convention of the States, and to thwart, by all possible means, the efforts of Mr. Lincoln for a re-election." The Times' "city article" says "Frankfort advices show a loss of faith in the United States bonds, large sales having depressed prices to 38, which is three per cent. below the last quotations from New York." The Daily News says there are rumors of a projected new Confederate loan in Belfast, where there has been no rioting since the 19th. Order has been restored.