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ates is fully understood by the Japanese. Master Tommy asked me the other day what would become of the United States?--if it would belong to England?--if there would be any more American Minister to Japan? and a score of similar questions." A Japanese Embassy was about to be dispatched to France, England, Russia, Prussia, and every other European Power having treaties with the Emperor. Trade had slightly improved in Japan." Six American vessels entered the port of Havre on the 16th of September, with cargoes consisting altogether of 71,100 sacks of corn and 15,231 barrels of flour. Our files by the Fulton contain very extended reports on the harvest prospects in Ireland. The main points are: The wheat crop has turned out thin and light, so that the yield will not equal an average; but its quality is good. Of barley and oats there are good accounts, but the green esculents are indifferent. With respect to potatoes we learn that the blight was still committing great rav
als and soldiers? Garibaldi's refusal, for his own sake, would have pleased us better had it been more direct. No doubt the plea of ill health is perfectly valid. But it looks like an evasion. It is, in fact, too much like the fashionable "not at home" to an unwelcome visitor. As it is, President Lincoln may hug himself in the belief that but for a twinge of rheumatism Garibaldi might have immortalized him, and handed him down to grateful posterity a second Washington. [Turin (Sept. 16) correspondence of the London News.] The Minister of the United States of North America has returned from Caprera. He went there officially to offer General Garibaldi the command of a Federal army, and also to treat for an Italian Legion, which would likewise be under his command.--The answer, if I am believe usually well-informed, has been in the negative, but by no means so decidedly so to survive the American Minister of all hope. It appears the General wished first of all to obt