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fered in health, was soon known everywhere — such was the eagerness with which news of the Queen at such a heavy time was sought for. [from the London Times Dec. 17.] Yesterday evening Lord — Sydney (the Lord Chamberlain) issued his instructions for the funeral. The custom, which remained in force up to the burial ofrder that the might do her duty to them and to the country. The political position of the Prince and political effect of his death. [from the London Times, Dec. 17.] The death of the Prince Consort has come upon the nation with an unexpectedness which defeats every preparation of thought or of feeling. In a moment every fficulties, the changing fortunes, perhaps the calamitous reverses of an American war? The Prince of Wales — the hour of his Destiny.[from the London Times, Dec. 17.] Her Majesty herself, with her accustomed readiness and composure, appealed at once to her family to undertake the great charge thus suddenly thrown upon the<
ign nations earnestly desire peace and to avoid all occasion of quarrel, but it will cease to be true the moment that America has forced us into a war, for one of the many evils of war is that a nation is deprived by it of the control of its own destinies, and forced to shape its course, not by its own will, but by the decision of war itself. Opinion of the report of Secretary Welles--the blockade a failure, and the "Stone fleet" a crime against the human kind. [From the London Times, December 17.] * * * * * * * * * We turn, then, to the report of Mr. Gideon Welies, the Secretary, to the Federal Navy, for explanation of these hollow or enigmatical, phrases in which Mr. Lincoln boasts that the American Navy, created since the present difficulties began, has performed deeds which have increased the naval renown of the U. S. No nation has less reason to underrate the renown of the American Navy than Since that it rests almost capture of three or four English frigates under ci