9 DECEMBER 1854, Page 6

The telegraph from the North reports the departure of Admiral

Napier's flag-ship from the Baltic ; and the official announcement of the dismissal of the Danish Ministry. " Kiel, Dec. 7.—K.M.S. Duke of Wellington, Royal George, Nile, Hogue, and Blenheim, are now (at noon) getting under weigh for England. The Edinburgh and Euryalus remain here. "Nyborg, _Friday .Evening.—Admiral Napier's flag-ship, the Duke of Wellington, with five British steam line-of-battle ships, and the steamers Driver, Rosamond, and Bulldog, have been compelled by the stormy weather to anchor off Knude Head.

"Copenhagen, Dec. 7.-1?lyeeposten states officially that the King has dismissed his Ministers, for reasons connected with the recent address of the Diet. MM. Half and Andrea are expected to enter the new Cabinet."

Admiral Hamelin is reported to have returned to France, having "relinquished the command-in-chief of the French fleet in the Black Sea." Letters have been received in Cork which show tha the Sea Nymph, one of the vessels supposed to have foundered in the Black Sea on the 14th November, had arrived safely at Balaklava.