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can receive, and, moreover, a kind of public consecration. The remainder of the paper is made up pretty much as our own newspapers, with various pieces of intelligence, items of all kinds, and literary articles; with this difference, however, that the greater number of columns is devoted to poetry, fables, odes and poems, particularly on the virtues, genius, and one thousand and one admirable qualities of the Emperor. The Gazette has also, as well as the French papers, a feuilleton, or serial novel, generally written by the most popular pens of the age. With the exception of the ugly things said in those novels of the Western devils — i. e., the Fou-lang-sai, (French,) and In-ki-li, (English,) which are, of course, nonsensical falsehoods, the Gazette is written in a most creditable manner, and we may hope, one day before long, to see that model of Chinese newspapers exchanging with our own, and contributing a fair quota of extracts to the American periodicals.--N. O. Picayune.
Getting Onerous. --The people of England are complaining more and more of the weight of taxes. The burden has become almost intolerable. When we consider that the war in China has cost fifty millions of dollars, we need not be surprised at the tremendous pressure of taxation upon the people of the three kingdoms.
Later from Europe.Arrival of the Canada. Halifax, Dec. 26. --The steamer Canada, from Liverpool on the 15th, via Queenstown on the 16th, has arrived. A dispatch from St. Petersburg says the Allies and Chinese had concluded a peace, and the Emperor had returned to Pekin. The report of the assassination of Garibaldi arose out of the murder of Col, Dunn, of the Sicilian army. The chief share of the spoils at Pekin fell to the French, who sacked the Emperor's summer palace.ls at 30,000 francs. The Canada passed the Africa and Arabia going up the Channel on the 16th. The Canada brings $450,000 in specie. The Earl of Aberdeen is dead. The bombardment of Gaeta had been recommence. Advices from China say the Tartar army still kept the field. The bullion in the Bank of France had decreased 2,600,000 francs during the month. The treaty between the Allies and the Chinese was ratified on the 5th November, and the Allies evacuated Pekin.