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s respecting the position of those officers on the Home Staff who recently rejoined their regiments upon being ordered to Canada. It appears to be considered that as our relations with the American Government are at present peaceful, the duty of the force in Canada is ordinary Colonial duty, from which an officer may without impropriety absent himself for the purpose of filling a staff apologue.--This, however, is not the view of the authorities. The force in Canada is considered and will be cCanada is considered and will be considered until the American complication is settled, as a force in the field on active service. Otherwise the Guards would not be kept there, nor would the regiments be raised to a war strength. For the present, therefore, all cifficers belonging to battalions in Canada, except those on the local staff, will continue to serve in their regimental position. According to a report published by the Director of Customs in Paris, it appears that the value of the gold and silver imported into Fr