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Later from Europe.arrival of the Bohemian. Portland, Jan. 30. --The steamship Bohemian, from Liverpool on the 17th, with dates to the 18th via Londonderry, has arrived. The Anglo-Saxon and Fulton had arrived out. It is reported in Paris that a decree will soon be issued, declaring that if Piedmont makes war on Austria, she need not expect French assistance. Great military preparations were progressing in France. The Spanish Government had ordered strict neutrality on the part of its vessels at Gaeta. Naples.--The bombardment of Gaeta is to be resumed on Monday. The Times deprecates the secession movement in America. It says, should a Southern Confederation become the real United States, as far as present and prospective territory is concerned, it is difficult to say whether the connection between New York and New England on the one hand, and Illinois and New England on the other, could long survive a total separation from the South. Commerc
Congressional. Washington, Jan. 30. --House.--Mr. Cobb, of Ala., presented the Ordinance of Secession of that State and withdrew, expressing his regret at the necessity of leaving. He exhorted the Republicans to do something to restore peace to the distracted country. Mr. Reynolds, of N. Y., from the Committee of Five, reported a bill authorizing the President to call out the militia in certain cases. Mr. Branch, of N. C., presented a counter report. Mr. Cochrane, of N. Y., presented another report against secession, but also against coercion. He also reported a bill, in effect that when the revenue laws are obstructed in any State, the President may issue a proclamation suspending them, to be restored if the State returns to the Union. The report was recommitted. The Philadelphia Working Men's petition was presented. The resolutions of the Ohio. Democratic Convention were presented and referred to a select committee of five. A communication
The Revenue law. New York, Jan. 30. --Hon. Jno. Cochrane, of New York, from the Select Committee of Five, introduced a bill proposing that vessels from foreign ports, bound to a port within the scope of the provisions of said bill, shall, with its foreign cargo, be liable to seizure and condemnation, and in the same view, of applying its restrictions only to foreign commerce on which revenue is by law collected. All vessels lawfully engaged in the coastwise trade are exempted from its operations, which are purely remedial and defensive. It further provides, if practicable, to collect the revenue. The President shall, by proclamation, specify the port in which the obstruction exists.
Adjournment of the Georgia Convention. Milledgeville, Ga., Jan. 30. --The Convention to-day refused to reconsider the vote on the Revenue ordinance adopted yesterday. A resolution was introduced giving the Government certain powers to make reprisals.-- Tabled. An address to the citizens of the South and the world, setting forth the causes of Georgia's secession, was adopted. An ordinance declaring it the fixed policy of the State to guarantee security to all seceded States, was adopted. The Convention then adjourned, to meet at Savannah on the call of its President.
Missouri Legislature. St. Louis, Jan. 30. --A joint resolution has passed the Senate, appointing Commissioners to Washington on the 4th prox. The same resolution was introduced in the House and laid on the table. The House adopted a resolution, taking strong ground against New York and Ohio adding the General Government to coerce the seceding States.
From North Carolina. Raleigh, N. C., Jan. 30. --The House has concurred in the Senate's amendments to the Convention bill, and it has finally passed. It puts the question of "Convention or no Convention." The election is to take place on the 28th February, and the delegates to the Convention are restricted in their action in that body to Federal affairs.
The National Convention. Washington, Jan. 30. --Mr. Corwin, of Ohio, to-day received the following dispatch from the Governor of Rhode Island : "The Legislature of Rhode Island to-day appointed Commissioners to the Washington Convention. God give success to the movement."
From Havana. New Orleans. Jan. 30. --The De Soto, from Havana on the 27th, has arrived. Sugars dull. The new crop was coming in. Money was tight. Exchange nominal. The Spanish Bank had authorized the issue of $2,000,000 more of bonds.
Secession meeting. Wilmington, N. C. Jan. 30. --There was a great secession meeting at the Theatre last night. Among the speakers were many who formerly advocated compromise. Wilmington is almost a unit for secession.
Specie from Texas. New Orleans, Jan. 30. --The Arizona, from Brazos, is coming up with $2,043,000 in specie.
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