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ngland's, but the tone of the documents is considered indicative that Napoleon fully means what he says; Neustadt, in Holstein, is blockaded, and it is asserted that the Prussians have notified England of an intended early attack on Frederica. The Austrian semi official correspondence of Vienna denies the rumored warlike preparations in Venitia, and most positively declares that Austria has not the remotest intention of assuming the offensive. The rumors are, nevertheless, repeated via Turin. There is nothing important to day relative to the Danish war, and nothing is expected until the interval requested by Denmark for deciding the Conference question has expired. Latest via Queenstown. London, March 6. --Evening.--It is reported that the Austrians are marching on Frederica, Jutland. The Arabia raised the China on the 6th, off Cape Clear. The Arabia sails at midnight for Boston. Paris, March 5.--The Patric publishes a dispatch from Hamburg announcin