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Foreign News by the North Briton. The following is some further general news by the North Briton, from Liverpool on the 9th, which arrived at Portland Wednesday: The weather continued to be very severe in England, occasioning much distress, and fears of bread riots were entertained. Quite a panic prevailed in Liverpool on the 9th instant. It was rumored that in a portion of the city a mob had entered the bakers'shops, plundering them of their contents, owing to the advance in prices and the severity of the weather, causing a suspension of many kinds of labor. So great was the alarm that many of the shops closed their doors; but the fears of the proprietors proved groundless. Many parts of the Thames are closed by ice. The crisis in America continues to attract great interest in England. Lord Palmerston says he hopes that if the American Union be dissolved it will be by an amicable arrangement, and he hopes the world will be spared the horrible spectacle of brot