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Later from Europe. The steamer Palestine, from Liverpool on the 26th ult., arrived at New York, Tuesday evening. The Arabia arrived out on the 23d. Business had been suspended for the Christmas holidays since the sailing of the Australasian. Political affairs generally were unimportant. The political crisis in the United States was regarded as being more serious in England than at first supposed, and was attracting much attention. The London Times, in a leader, says it thinks it quite possible that the problem of the Democratic Republic may be solved by an overthrow in a few days in a spirit of folly, selfishness and shortsightedness. Italian affairs continued unchanged. It was reported that the French fleet was about to quit Gaeta, but a counter rumor prevailed in Paris that Russia and France had agreed to support Francis II, in his resistance until spring. Great demoralization was reported to exist in the besieged army at Gaeta. It was stated th