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The news from Europe. Among the reports telegraphed from Norfolk, yesterday, was a rumor, said to have come from Fortress Monroe, that Charles Francis Adams, United States Minister to England, demanded his passports immediately on the announcement of the Queen's proclamation. We find no allusion to this in any of the Northern papers received last evening. It is apparent, nevertheless, that the general news from England has created a deep feeling at the North, as well as a very visible effect upon the markets and finances. The Abolition journals bluster quite largely, hoping thereby to keep up the courage of the people to the sticking point; and the present indications are that England's demands for Mason and Slidell will not be listened to, though they may hope to avoid the exigencies of war by a prolonged process of "red tape" negotiation.
of late Northern news. departure of the Africa with Lord Lyon's response to the British Government — release of Hatteras prisoners, &c., &c. Norfolk, Dec. 19. --Northern papers of the 18th have been received here. The steamer Africa, which was to have sailed on Wednesday, was detained till this afternoon, for the purpose of taking out Lord Lyons's response to dispatches to the British Government. Capt. Seymour, Queen's messenger, and special messenger from Minister Adams, left, Boston Tuesday for Washington. Dispatches have been sent in haste to the Admiral of the North American squadron at Havana. Secretary Cameron wants four millions seven hundred thousand dollars to put the coast defences in order. The ship Montmorenci, from Bath, Maine, bound for St. Thomas, laden with coal, was overhauled by the privateer Sumter. She was ransomed for twenty thousand dollars, and allowed to proceed. The bark Island City left Boston Tuesday with 2