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pology. A blockade-running case has been on trial in the Court of Exchequer, in which the judge pointed out that all parties in the matter wore foreigners, and denounced such violation of the rights of asylum. A large open-air meeting of the operatives of Manchester adopted resolutions strongly opposing the recognition of the slaveholding Confederacy. Parliament meets on the first of February. The continental news is meagre. Napoleon was much grieved at the death of Mocquard. Marshal Valliant attended the funeral, and made an oration, expressing the great regret of the Emperor. Senor N. Lorente has resigned the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Senor Benarides is his successor. The Italian capital will be transferred next May. The breach between the Papal Government and the Prussian Minister at Rome is widening. The Times, 16th, (city article) says the reduction in the bank rate to six per cent. is a step entirely in harmony with the st
e copy a portion of it: The extraordinary turn-out of distinguished men at the funeral of M. Mocquard, the private secretary of the Emperor, was a source of astonishment to those who did not knowdited writings of the deceased; but what would not the reading public give for the memoirs of M. Mocquard? Of these we hear nothing, and it would evidently be impossible, as long as the present Emperor lives, to publish any such memoirs, even if the deceased had left any. M. Mocquard's rage, in a literary way, was the drama; and certain pieces which he prepared for the stage, in collaboration wth evening of the representation of one of his best pieces (the Fortune Teller), she occupied M. Mocquard's box, and that he cried the whole evening at his own piece. Another of his toquades was to mplished American lady, formerly of Washington. Among the unpublished literary works left by M. Mocquard, there is said to be a translation of Tacitus.--The deceased, who had long been a widower, le