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ssels building in France--English opinion of a Yankee invasion of Mexico, &c. The steamship City of New York, from Queenstown on the 27th ult., arrived at New York on Sunday. A Queenstown letter states that a powerful rebel ram, lately built in Liverpool, had put to sea, notwithstanding the fact that a memorial had been forwarded to the Government in London, asking for her detention under the foreign enlistment act. The Florida again appeared off the coast of Ireland on the 24th ult., but stood out to sea at night. The Cork correspondent of the Dublin Journal says: Between 2 and 3 o'clock P. M. yesterday a long, rakish, black hulled steamer, was seen some miles off our harbor. She was steaming very fast down channel towards the Old Head of Kinsale, evidently on the track of some Yankee vessels. From her general appearance and great swiftness the mysterious craft is supposed to have been the famous Florida, of the Confederate Navy. The Confederate loan on