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cades of the Republic in Paris, fought the battles of the Empire in the Crimes, then took service with Garibaldi, and is now in that of Victor Emanuel has given in his resignation, and was hourly expected in Paris. "Bull run" and "Dixie" in Canada. As showing the current of popular feeling in Canada, we give the following from a late number of the Toronto Leader: An officer of the Federal army has been parading the streets of Toronto in full dress these two or three days. He is iCanada, we give the following from a late number of the Toronto Leader: An officer of the Federal army has been parading the streets of Toronto in full dress these two or three days. He is in a bran new, bright and shining Yankee uniform, and some indignation has been excited by the impertinent display. It is remembered that a British officer off duty in his own town wears a plain undress garb, and that in another country he would appear as an ordinary civilian. Northern officers, it is said, should behave with equal propriety. Perhaps, however, the suggestion presupposes too much. Our visitor may not have another coat. While parading King street yesterday, several young urchi
British Boy which each and every one of them — the noisy Bennett at their head — had sworn should be humbled. We should think that this disgusting game of brag was by this time played out, and that even the audacity of Bennett, who has predicated the occupation of Richmond in periods varying from thirty to sixty days, at least fifty times since the beginning of the war, and who threatened that it Great Britain made any fuss about Macon and Slidell, the United States would overrun and annex Canada in six weeks, would scarcely be capable of attempting any further impositions upon popular credulity. But the hardened old reprobate has been long ago dead to all sense of shame. No one knows better than himself that Richmond will not be in possession of the Yankees in six weeks, six months, six years, or six centuries. The Yankees once had possession of it and of the whole South, from the inauspicious moment when the South permitted itself to enter into the American Union, which, fro
s. The Army and Navy Gazette says: Another battalion of infantry sailed for Canada of Saturday last, and three more will sail in the course of the present week. nest. The Fourth company of Royal Engineers are under orders to embark for Canada. The force of Royal Engineers in British North America will consist of upwardsBritish North America will consist of upwards of 700 men and will include the Fourth, Fifth, Seventh Fifteenth, Eighteenth, and Thirty-fourth companies. The Government having decided on forming a reserve oNo. 6, screw steam transport Mauritius, is taking in 300 tons of war stores for Canada, a battery of twelve-pounder Armstrong guns, and about 800 troops. The Defer, 22 guns, 600 horse power, is ordered to be ready to sail on January 2d, for Canada. She will take out 190 common and 190 segment 100-pounder shells, 50 boxes of ith the United States, and comforting themselves with the braggart notion that "Canada is within two days railway journey of half a million of armed men, and has a fr
sick, R. Drane, A. Dawson, and J. L. Orison were released from the Fort on Monday, and sent to Gen. Banas to be exchanged. a young widow woman named McDonald was in charged from Col. Boone's regiment, at Paraquat Springs, Kentucky, last week, where she had been serving as a private, dressed in regiment as, for sometime. This was her second offence, she having once before been discharged from a regiment. the following is a summary of the force which has been ordered from England to Canada: Officers and men8,258 Commissaries coups182 Factories2 Eleven of the largest sized vessels were required to transport this force. The Burnside expedition — sailing of more vessels and troops from Annapolis. The Annapolis correspondent of the Baltimore American, in his letter of the 9th inst., says: A portion of the fleet bearing the troops of Gen. Burnside a expedition, consisting of the 1st and 2d brigades, sailed this morning about 9 o'clock, and the vessels