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Later from Europe.arrival of the Canada. the American question in Europe — intervention of Christian denominations — a body of trained nurses to be sent to Halifax, &c. Halifax, Jan. 8. --The steamship Canada, from Liverpool at three o'clock on the afternoon of the 28th, via Queenstown on the 29th of December, arrived here at nine o'clock this (Wednesday) morning. The dates per the Canada are two days later than those already received. The Canada brings, about 300 troops, a strong battery of artillery and over 900 tons of military stores. The Canada has also twelve passengers and $50,000 in specie. When the Canada left Liverpool a state of suspense prevailed, and the greatest anxiety was felt relative to the advices per the Africa, then due, in response to those from England by the Europe. The steamer Hibernian was to sail from Liverpool on the 2d of January, with 700 troops, touching at St. Johns, N. B., to land them. The steamship Af