st of England to keep them both out of her harbor; but if this cannot be done, they must both be let in alike
The London Star, although wishing the commander of the Nashville to be punished, says if he can produce a commission from the Confederate States, the Government must let him go, as they have recognized those States as belligerents.
Commissioners Mason and Slidell were expected at Southampton in the steamer La Plate, due the 30th.
It is reported that the James Adger is cruising
[The James Adger arrived at Baltimore several days ago.--Ed. Herald. ]
It is reported that the Galway steamer Adriatic has been sold, and is fitting for the West Indies; but there is a strong impression that she is destined for the Confederate States.
The underwriters were raising the war risks on American vessels.
There are no tidings of to the North Briton, and the Anglo Saxon is also overdue.
The insurance has been advanced — on the former thirty guineas, and on the latter