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luable lot. Domestic articles in pure gold, and gems of great value, are in possession of many of the men. Tenders had been invited by the British Admiralty for the construction of two more iron-cased ships-of-war, of about 4,000 tons each. A company had been formed for the purpose of establishing a permanent camp for volunteers near London. Two thousand huts are to be erected and let at small rents to individual volunteers. A dispatch from Liverpool states that the Duke of Sutherland died at his seat, Lilleshall, on the 14th inst. The London Times' city article of January 17th, says: The English funds opened with augmented heaviness this morning, but on the receipt of the dispatch one day later from America, showing increased case in the New York money market, where the rate is now the same as on this side, and subsequently the arrival of better quotations from Paris, the market slightly rallied, and closed with a tendency to firmness. In the discount marke