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European news
69.72%
secession
10.09%
[unclear]
4.59%
hospitals
2.75%
war bonds
1.83%
legislature
1.83%
anti-northern diatribes
1.83%
North
0.92%
ads--medicine, substitutes, wanted, etc.
0.92%
humor
0.92%
articles that list people, esp. marriage notices
0.92%
casualties
0.92%
government
0.92%
trade
0.92%
war prisoners
0.92%
From the Sat., Dec. 28, 1861 issue
St. John's, N. F., Dec. 23.

—The following is the very latest news by the Edinburg, which passed Cape Race on Saturday night.

London, Dec. 12.—The Journal de Havre de Remaphore, of Marseilles, and the Girende, of Bordeaux, advise the French Government to preserve strict neutrality in case of war between England and America.

The Paris Temps approves of the proposal of the London Daily News, to appeal to the mediation of friendly Powers, in accordance with the agreement made at the Paris Conference in 1856, and says that no other Power but France can be the mediator.

The Paris Presse advocates the energetic intervention of France between England and America.

The Opinione Nationals, the organ of the French Liberal party, says that France should not follow the example of England, should the latter recognize the South.

The Moneto, of Turin, warns England against beginning war with America, as France would take advantage of it to interfere in the East.

The Austrian papers state that war between England and America would remove the only obstacle in Europe against French ambition, and that France would begin war against Germany.

The Paris Constitutionnel publishes an article stating there is a strong necessity for an Anglo-French alliance, which could not be endangered by war between England and America.