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all we can see, that, contrary to what was at first believed to be the fact, the British Minister at Washington has presented no demand for the restitution of Messrs. Mason and Slidell, nor, as far as we are able to judge, is it at all certain that any such demand will be presented as long as the present Ministry continue in power hope that he, at least, has any care for the honor of the British flag; and the powers at Washington evidently knew with whom they had to deal when they committed Mason and Slidell to a Yankee prison, instead of returning them to a British deck. If we are to believe the London Post, Lord Palmerston's organ, the Emperor of the Freon Times had just before declared that, before the question could even be touched, the honor of England must be satisfied by the restoration of Messrs. Slidell and Mason to the deck of an English vessel. So far as we are able to judge from the extract published above, it does not appear even that a demand for restoration will be m
ntions towards England. The Times says that England ask nothing from America, but that she shall abstain from actual outrage, and that if committed, she shall make reasonable reparation, if not the alternative will not come in the desired form of protracted negotiation. No cavalry or horse artillery for Canada will be sent till spring. The London Herald takes strong ground against the News' argument in favor of arbitration and says that negotiations cannot be listened to while Messrs. Mason and Slidell are detained as prisoners. The Sheflield "Foreign Affairs Committee" had petitioned Government to visit its high displeasure on Captain Moir and Commander Williams for having, in the Trent affair, violated the Queen's proclamation, and thereby show to America that England's neutrality is strict and impartial. Prussia has rejected Deamark's proposition for a settlement of the Holstein question. Commercial Intelligence. Liverpool, Dec. 14. --Cotton closed
ped at Fort Warren, and, it is rumored, with some appearance of truth, that Messrs. Mason and Slidell were put on board. The authorities at the fort refuse to saecond Dispatch. Boston, Dec. 26. --The rumored departure of Slidell and Mason is discredit,. It is said that the report arose from her stopping at the fort t Third Dispatch. Boston, Dec. 26. --It is certain that the report about Mason and Slidell having sailed for Europe is not correct. Gen. Scott as a mediat in person to our government. The War feeling in England — a Lookout for Mason and Slidell on board a British fleet. [From the London Chronicle, Dec. 4] Nween the Government or any of its functionaries, relative to the seizure of Messrs. Mason and Slidell on board the steamer Trent, to be transmitted either in open or act in the surrender, upon the imperious demand of Great Britain, the persons, Mason and Slidell, who were seized on board the Trent. If we did that we should surr