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anies of Lincoln Missouri soldiers having exhibited a mutinous spirit, were disarmed, by order of Gen. Halleck, and sent to Cairo, to work on the fortifications. Late letters from Quebec state that the Canadians are contemplating and discussing the annexation of Maine to the British American possessions. The New York Herald says that this will greatly accelerate the work of fortifying Portland and other points. There are 14,000 British troops now in the Provinces. News from Vera Cruz to the 6th January, states that the Spanish, French, and English flags were displayed in different parts of the city. Business was almost entirely suspended. Large numbers of Spaniards were leaving. The British steamer John Bell arrived at New York on Sunday from Liverpool, with 1,648 bales of cotton. The Herald says great fears are expressed that, unless the Federal armies advance and obtain a series of decisive victories within sixty or ninety days, the European Governments will