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ook has received Northern papers of the 26th inst., from which we take the following items: No progress was made on Wednesday at Washington in the Mason and Slidell case. The British Government have not presented their ultimatum. The Cabinet have had no consultation on the matter yet. Prince Albert died on the 14th inst. His disease was typhoid fever. The Paris Patrie says that all the great Powers of Europe have been consulted by Great Britain with regard to the arrest of Mason and Slidell, and they concur in declaring the conduct of Wilkes a gross violation of all the rights of neutrals. The Burnside expedition will not leave Annapolis until some time after Christmas. Its destination is for shallow rivers, probably south of Norfolk, as the vessels are all small and of light draft. Gen. Scott has certainly arrived at New York, and is expected in Washington in a few days. He says he is the bearer of the earnest desire of Napoleon for the maintenance of p
ment at once, and that in case the Lincoln Cabinet refuses to deliver up the rebels, Slidell and Mason, both England and France will do so — thus setting an example to the world of the extreme lengtho hear that the organs of this Government have discovered that the arrest of Messrs. Sildell and Mason took place in Spanish waters, and that hence Spain has a right to join England and France in recial dispatch to the Post from Washington gives a rumor that the Cabinet have resolved to release Mason and Sildell, and that orders have gone on to ship them at once to Halifax. The Post, however, rim arrested, but not until he had destroyed the dispatch. He is connected by marriage with ex-Senator Mason, now at Fort Warren. Col. Leonard holds him as a spy. This town has been under martialern ports. They are making rapid preparations to hasten home. A rumor prevailed North that Mason and Slidell were to leave in the Europa, from Boston, on Wednesday. Gen. T. W. Sherman has