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gent of the rebels, and was on his way to Europe with important dispatches. Preparation for War in Canada — ammunition and army for 200,000 troops. The Cincinnati Enquirer learns from a gentleman recently from Canada that the British Government have, during the past summer, sent to Quebec, arms, cannon, and equipments, for two hundred thousand was. Every detail for a very large force in the field has been attended to.--The caution of small calibre in the fortifications at Halifax, Kingston, and Quebec, have been removed, and Armstrong guns of the largest size put in their place. It adds: About the time of the Trent affair, when considerable bodies of troops were sent to Canada from England, a commission of naval officers was sent over to examine and report as to the best means of defending the taken. They recommended that sixty strong England gunboats should be built, such as could pass the locks though the canals from the St. Lawrence into the lakes. By the treaty w