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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 flat, but prices unchanged. Sales 4,000 bales. Breadstuffs closed quiet but steady. Provisions closed firm. Consols closed at 90¼ a 90⅜.