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majority of ten, the result eliciting loud approbatory cheers. Some of the London and Continental journals say that Denmark has accepted the proposition for a conference, on the basis of the negotiations of 1851-52, without an armistice. Duppens had taken Ostier, near West Duppel, with a loss of about one hundred men — The Danes made some vigorous sorties. Five Danish steamers engaged two Prussian men-of-war and several gunboats off Rugen Island. --The engagement was sharp, and terminateescription of her performance, and the injury she sustained, is given in the Herald to day. Lord Palmerston "hoped" that Denmark would assent to the conference plan. The Danish batteries are armed with French rifled guns. The Pope was seriouslDanish batteries are armed with French rifled guns. The Pope was seriously Ill. Collisions between the French and Papal troops still continued in the streets of Rome. The Liverpool cotton market was firm, with prices unchanged, on the 19th of March. Breadstuffs were very dull. Provisions quiet and steady. Consols c