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a gross violation of all the rights of neutrals. The Burnside expedition will not leave Annapolis until some time after Christmas. Its destination is for shallow rivers, probably south of Norfolk, as the vessels are all small and of light draft. Gen. Scott has certainly arrived at New York, and is expected in Washington in a few days. He says he is the bearer of the earnest desire of Napoleon for the maintenance of peace between England and the United States. He telegraphs to Washington--" All is well!" A bill has been introduced in Congress to colonize slaves in India and the reservation of Arkansas, to compel them to grow cotton. All who go into the Federal camps will be thus disposed of. It is rumored that Hon. Caleb Cushing will supercede Gen. Phelps at Ship Island, with the rank of Brigadier-General. The privateer Sumter is reported on the coast of Brazil. At Liverpool on the 13th inst., sales of cotton were made at 10¾a12. Breadstuffs were quiet
Bishop Hughes's mission — no advance this winter. Nashville, Dec. 27. --The Louisville Journal, of the 18th instant, states, upon what it says is very good authority, that Secretary Seward has really given to Bishop Hughes the secret mission to Spain. The Cincinnati Enquirer, of the 18th inst, reports upon direct information from Washington, that there will be no advance from the Potomac until next spring, and that no general engagement will take place this winter, unless brought on by Gen. Beauregard.