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e consent of the Council of Ministers. Thirdly — The convention of the "trentenary" obligations. Fourthly — The conversion of the entire phallic debt into three per cents. Fifthly — The consolidation of the floating debt. Sixthly — The reduction of the army. Seventy--The evacuation of Rome. Eighty--That on taking office he should be the intermediary of all communications between Ministers and the Emperor. The French ships forming the Mexican expedition were expected to aesemble at Havana between the 15th and 20th of December. Italy. A levy of eighty thousand men is ordered, but it is thought that more than fifty thousand would be obtained, and that another fifty thousand would be levied in February. The effective army will then consist of two hundred and eighty thousand men. General Carbormelli had gone to Caprera to present Garibaldi with an address from the Neapolitans, praying him not to leave Italy. General Cialdini had tendered his resignation.
artment to allow no one to land upon the island except those connected with the garrison or persons in the discharge of official duties. The British Consul's account of the capture of Messrs. Mason and Slidell. From the New York Herald's Havana correspondence, dated November 22d, we take the following: The news by the English steamer, which arrived here this morning from St. Thomas, has thrown the whole city into a state of great excitement. By this time of course, the news of The British Consul was kind enough to read me the official dispatch he received in relation to the affair from the office in charge of the mails on board the Trent. That gentleman's version of the affairs is, briefly that the steamer Trent left Havana on the 7th inst. On the following day a steamer was observed nearing them, which presently fired a round shot across the bows of the Trent, whereupon the latter hoisted her flag and continued on her way; shortly afterwards a shell exploded at abo