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of labor. So great was the alarm that many of the shops closed their doors; but the fears of the proprietors proved groundless. Many parts of the Thames are closed by ice. The crisis in America continues to attract great interest in England. Lord Palmerston says he hopes that if the American Union be dissolved it will be by an amicable arrangement, and he hopes the world will be spared the horrible spectacle of brothers warring on brothers. France. It is rumored that Count Thouvenel retires from the French Foreign Office. The Paris Bourse on the 9th inst. closed inanimate. Rentes 67f. 10 It is believed that the French fleet after leaving Gaeta will go to the Adriatic. Italy. The Piedmontese troops were at last accounts constructing a battery only five hundred yards from Gaeta. The Turin Cabinet have resolved to tolerate no intervention other than that of France. It is untrue that a Russian fleet is to replace the French fleet at Gaeta.