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f its own volition, it was to be filibustered in by a process nearly skin in its moral features to highway robbery. Even Canada, Central America, and Cuba have each in turn felt in their pockets the affectionate fingers of a people who pronounced thnd ships for privateers, and arm them and send them over the ocean to sweep her commerce from the deep; and she will lose Canada, her West India possessions and inland. In the event of England, in her folly, declaring war against the United States, into office, will inevitably follow. Between Vermont and Minnesota we can pour a hundred and fifty thousand troops into Canada in a week, and overrun the province in three weeks more. It would take a longer time to capture the citadel of Quebec, b army in all North America is insignificant, her fortifications few and far between, and her frontier totally unguarded. Canada would, therefore, be at our mercy from the day of our crossing the boundary line." If we had not been trained by a y
ol Mercury, of the 15th, states that the Earl of Derby has been consulted by the Government. He approved of its policy in reference to the American difficulty, and suggested to ship owners to instruct the Captains of outward-bound ships to signalize any English vessels, that war with America is probable. This suggestion had been strongly approved by the Underwriters. The steamship Australasian, which also passed Cape Race this evening, sailed from Liverpool on the 13th with troops for Canada. The First Division of the Tenth Brigade--garrison artillery--embarked on board the Niagara for Halifax on the 14th. It was understood that ten companies of engineers are to be sent to British America. London, Friday afternoon.--Consols opened at yesterday's price, but relapsed to 90½, and reaches to the opening price, 90¼. Railway shares have been dull, but in the absence of business, closed a shade better. Bank shares are steady. Miscellaneous shares dull at previous rates