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Northern markets--[by Telegraph] Baltimore, Dec. 11. --Flour firmer — Ohio $4,62; Howard street held at the same; City Mills $4,50. Wheat advanced 3--red $1.05@1.18; white $12.5@1.45 Corn advanced 3@fc — mixed, 48@53; yellow 61@66. Pork dull and nominal. Coffee and at 13@14. Whiskey steady. New York.Dec. 11 --Noon.--Stocks better — N. Y. Centrals 73 ½Virginia 6's 74; Missouri 6 a 64, P. M.--Cotton him at 9 ¾@10, F our firm — Southern $4.50@ $4.90. Wheat firm — no S. Whiskey steady. New York.Dec. 11 --Noon.--Stocks better — N. Y. Centrals 73 ½Virginia 6's 74; Missouri 6 a 64, P. M.--Cotton him at 9 ¾@10, F our firm — Southern $4.50@ $4.90. Wheat firm — no Southern reported Corn firm and generally unchanged — Pork heavy — mess $16.25 @ $17; prime $10. Lard 9 ¾ @ 10 Whiskey stead, at 17 ½c. Sugar steady — New Orleans 5 ½@ 6; Muscovado 4 ½ @ 5 ¼. Rio, Coffee 12@ 1 ¾ Morasses unchanged. New Orleans 30@32 Rosin d
Fall River, Dec. 7. --Sailed, schr. Susan and Mary, Norfolk. Boston, Dec. 8,--Arrived, schr. Lucy Ames, Rappahannock. New York, Dec. 10.--Cleared, schr. Margaret, Petersburg. Norfolk, Dec. 10.--Arrived schrs. Mountaineer, York River; Bowden, Warwick; H. W. Collins, Richmond; Mary and Virginia, do; Mary L. Johnston, do. [by Telegraph.] Hampton Roads, Dec. 11--Arrived, ship Grey hound, 156 days from Rio, with 4,000 bags of coffee; ship Buena Vista, 121 days from Baker a Island.
Later from Europe.Arrival of the Europa! St. Johns, Dec. 11. --The steamship Europa arrived off Cape Race yesterday, with Liverpool dates to the 1st, and Queenstown dates to the 2d inst. The Atlantic and Edinburg had arrived out. The general news is unimportant. Italian affairs had undergone no change.--The garrison of Gaeta had made a sortie, but were repulsed with great loss. The American money crisis has caused specie shipments. The Europa has a considerable amount, and large shipments are expected to be made by the Atlantic. These movements caused a renewal of gold withdrawals from Bank on the 30th. Commercial. Liverpool, Dec. 11. --Cotton sales for the week 70,000 bales. The market ruled firm, with a good trade demand and closing firm on Friday at full prices and a slight advance. Stock in port 535,000 bales including 490,000 American. Breadstuffs have a downward tendency, except Corn, which is steady. Provisions steady. Con
Congressional. Washington, Dec. 11. --Senate.--The bill to admit Kansas was made the special order of the day for next Tuesday. The Military Committee were instructed to report if the expenses of the War Department cannot be reduced. Mr. Powell's resolutions were again taken up. Mr. Bigler, of Pa, made a Union speech. Mr. Pugh, of Ala., was in favor of the Union, but favored the rights of the South, too. A running debate ensued between Messrs. Pugh and Iverson, of Ga.; Douglas, of Ill..; Tea Eyck, of New Jersey; Green, of Mo.; Fitch, of Ind; Powell, of Ky; Wade, of Ohio, and others, on the same subject. Mr. Mason, of Va., said we are satisfied, unless we can have other evidences by conventions in all the States, that we are not bound to remain in the Union. Messrs. Collamer, of Vt.; Wigfall, of Texas, and Davis, of Miss., interchanged their views, and pending the subject, the Senate. Adjourned. House.--Mr. Cobb, of Ala., said what wa
From Washington. Washington, Dec. 11. --The Democrats from the Northwest have had several conferences relative to the present condition of political affairs. They generally adopt the positions set forth yesterday in the speeches of Vallandigham and McClelland — that the Union cannot be dissolved peaceably, and that the Northwest will under no circumstances consent to be cut off from the Gulf of Mexico and city of New York, and that the Federal Government, whatever may be its faults, is of inestimable value. The leading idea here is a central government, embracing the middle, Western, and border slave States. Lieut, Gen. Winfield Scott will arrive here to-morrow. [Second Dispatch.] Secretary Toucey was to-day requested by the President to act as Secretary of the Treasury, in addition to his duties in the Navy Department, until Hon. Howell Cobb's successor is appointed. Mr. Cobb took formal leave of the President to-day, and will leave the city to-m
New Jersey Convention. Trenton, N. J.,Dec. 11. --The Convention to consider the dangers threatening the Union is largely attended. Col. Wm. C. Alexander was chosen President. Com. Stockton, chairman of the committee to prepare an address, presented an address and resolutions, both of which were adopted amid much confusion. His address declares that the North has committed greet wrongs against the South, and must retrace her steps by repealing all laws preventing the execution of the Fugitive Slave Law, and allowing all citizens of the Southern States to travel North with their property. All this the South has a clear right to, and looks not for indemnity for the past, but security for the future.
Later from Mexico. New Orleans, Dec. 11. --The steamship Tennessee, from Vera Cruz on the 7th, has advices from the City of Mexico to the 28th ultimo. The Liberals had completely invested the city. There was much distress among the inhabitants in consequence of the scarcity of supplies. The main body of the Liberal army had not come up. An express from Mexico on the 3d, by which news of the capture or repulse was expected, had not arrived at Vera Cruz when the steamer left. Mr. McLane and his legation were to return home by the next steamer. The French minister advises Miramon to capitulate.
The Philadelphia Union meeting. Philadelphia, Dec. 11. --Mayor Henry issued his proclamation this morning for a Union meeting to-morrow at noon. Bishop Potter will open the proceedings with prayer.