By the arrival of the steamers Africa
and North American
at New York we have foreign advices to the 1st inst. In the House of Lords Lord Derby had denounced the course of the Government
in regard to the Confederate rams, and Lord Russell very warmly defended it. The London Times
also justifies the Government
The question of the prizes of rebel pirates was discussed, Earl Russell admitting that the Tuscaloosa
was an uncondemned prize.
He also denied that England
had trickled to the United States
in any matter.
The Danish Conference is still in session.
has embarked for Italy
It is said that Austria
have declined an armistice on the basis of a continuance of the blockade of the German ports.
The Dance have evacuated Frederics and withdrawn to The conference on the Danish
question continues suspended.