rEv YORK, Ucc. Üo- The World publishus the iollowing cablegram f rom the Prinee of Wales recelved in reply to a reluest for opiüious upon the Venozuelan situation: '"Sir Franois Knollys is desired by the Priuce of Wales and the Duke of York to thank Mr. Pulitzer for his cablrgram. They earnestly trust and cannot but believe the present crisis will be arranged in a marnier satisfactory to both countries, and wül be succeeded by the same warm feeling of friendship which has existed between them for so many years." The bishop of London cables in the same tone. The folloNving unsolicited dispatch was received by The World from the Free Masons of Manchester: "Christmas greeting from the Free Masons' club of Manchester to the American Free Masons. Glory to God in the highest, on earth peaoe, good will to men." Cardinal Gibbons replies from Baltimore that war between the United States and England would be A calamlty, and that thero is no ground for apprehension of war. British criticisin of Cleveland's message is unjust, he says, and that the dispute will be setüed by the pen, not the sword.