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ted that others, who were with them, had got off.--With a hope that some remedy may be applied to prevent this evil from increasing, I am, General, with respect, yours, &c. D. A. Griffith, Captain, >Provost Marshal. The world's Fair. Bennett's Herald says:"We observe that a space has been allotted to the Confederate States in the exhibition of all nations, to take place shortly in London. We therefore suggest that the best use to which it could be put would be the exhibition of Mason and Slidell. They would attract as much attention as any natural curiosities in the world, and the receipts of the exhibition would doubtless be materially influenced in consequence. They are probably in England by this time, and they ought not to neglect this opportunity of reaping fresh notoriety. A whole family of gorillas just arrived from the wilds of Africa would not create as great a sensation as these Secessionist ambassadors. A Resume of the news. The following miscellan
Latest Northern news. McClellan's plan and the Washington Star--no Northern accounts of the Roanoke Island fight — arrival of Mason and Slidell in England — England satisfied with Cameron's resignation, &c. Norfolk, Feb. 13. --(Received at Richmond at 9½ o'clock)--Northern papers to the 12th inst. were received rfolk. Intelligence received from Paris, to Jan. 30th, states that the Moniteur says the dismissal of Secretary Cameron gives England great satisfaction. Mason and Slidell had left England for Paris. O'Donnell declares that France has made no separate engagement with Spain. The latest advices from Rome state thaublic robbers, and shoot some of the cowardly officers, than indulge in formal ceremonies commemorative of any event. The late news from Europe announces that Mason and Slidell arrived at Southampton on the 29th of January. The Rinaldo, on which these Commissioners took passage, could not reach Halifax on account of the prevai