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A. M. yesterday, bringing mails and passengers. The steamship Borussis, from Hamburg via Southampton 18th ult., also arrived at this port yesterday. In England public feeling was for the mot Gibinitar. The steamer Parane, with about one thousand of Scots Fusileer, Guards, left Southampton on the 20th for Britain North America. The steamer Cleopatra would leave Liverpool on thundred men of the Seventeenth regiment. The Magdalena would embark about one thousand men at Southampton on the 21st. The mail steamers of the Peninsula and Oriental Company, numbering about figuards ordered to North America left London early on the morning of December 19, to embark at Southampton the same day. The first battalion of the military train and a battery of artillery embarked at Southampton on the 18th. The troops were sandy within half an hour of their arrival in the dock. The London Post remarks that the bombardment of Grey a place under British procession, did n