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One week later from Europe.arrival of the Arabia offCape Race.the American question in Europe.&c. &c. &c. Halifax, Jan. 15. --The steamship Arabia, from Liverpool, at ten o'clock on the morning of the 4th, via Queenstown on the 5th instant, for New York and Halifax, passed Cape Race at 11 o'clock last night. The Arabia was bonded by the news yacht of the Associated Press, and the following summary of news obtained, which is one week later. The Arabia has on board troops for Canada, comprising two batteries of the 15th brigade of artillery. A suspicious steamer had been seen cruising in the English channel off Dover, and there were strong reasons to suppose it was the privateer Sumter. A man, captured at Kurraches, while trying to get away from India, is said to have been recognized as Nans Sahip. Great Britain. The news by the steamships Anglo Saxon and Hausa had materially strengthened confidence in peace. Consols showed great buoyancy, and h
ns: Programer of the financial operations of the Government. Washington, Jan. 15. --The results of the various conferences hold in Washington by representnto camp — how the Secessionists carry information to the enemy. Washington, Jan. 15. --Six more prisoners were yesterday brought within the lines of General ngton this morning. Lively operations on the lower Potomac. Washington, Jan. 15, --The Heralds Potomac river correspondent reports that the Reliance was Interesting from Cairo — movement of the great expedition Southward; Cairo, Jan, 15. --Gen. Grant and staff embarked on the steamer Chancellor this morning, prevails among the troops. Interesting news from Kentucky. Louisville, Jan. 15. --Three police officer this afternoon went to the suburbs to arrest SamuBowling Green on Friday last. Movements of Gen. M' Clellan. Washington, Jan. 15. --General McClellan went to the Capitol to-day, and was engaged with the