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re or destroy all Confederate gunboats; and further, that it was certain that a direful panic would seize the people of Norfolk. Their papers contain a full account of the position and different routes to Norfolk. Intelligence received from Paris, to Jan. 30th, states that the Moniteur says the dismissal of Secretary Cameron gives England great satisfaction. Mason and Slidell had left England for Paris. O'Donnell declares that France has made no separate engagement with Spain. Paris. O'Donnell declares that France has made no separate engagement with Spain. The latest advices from Rome state that preparations have been made to land on the Neapolitan coast to incite insurrections. The sales of cotton in Liverpool for the week reach 46,000 bales, including 14,500 to exporters. The market was firmer, and had advanced , Fair Orleans quoted at 146, and Middling 186. The total stock in port is $40,000 bales, of which $16,820 were American, assessment and provision were sort and declining. At London consols were quoted at 92¾. The E