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Later from Europe. The latest dates from Europe are to the 16th. Alluding to the Florida disaster, the London Times says: Assuming it to have been by design, it is not disposed to waste much indignation upon the subject, as the method of procuring and equipping the Florida were such violations of neutrality as to deprive the sufferers of sympathy; Brazil is really the outraged party. The Times predicts that Mr. Seward will make ample apology. 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
mber of General Sherman's troops are now engaged in repairing the railroad from Savannah to Charleston, which was previously destroyed. The wind has been from the north for the last three days, the air is sharp and bracing, and already are the squares which checker the city filled with the wooden houses built by the ingenious hands of the soldiers. Very few of the citizens have left their homes, and officers and soldiers are in close affiliation with either sex. An apology made to Brazil. The correspondence between Seward and the Brazilian Minister, on the Florida affair, is published. Secretary Seward, in his reply to the Minister, says that jealousy of foreign intervention in every form, and absolute non-intervention in the domestic affairs of foreign nations, are cardinal principles in the policy of the United States. You have therefore justly expected that the President would disavow and regret the proceedings at Bahia. He will suspend Captain Collius and dire