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her will terminate. The cotton manufacturers of Rouen had sent a deputation to the Emperor to represent the difficulties they were laboring under. A similar deputation from Lille also waited upon the Emperor. The Paris Bourse was heavy at 68f. 30 for the rentes. The Italian Ministers had again strongly repudiated the rumors of Italy's interference in Mexico. M. Mon had resigned the Presidency of the Spanish Chamber of Deputies. Commercial Intelligence. London, July 10, 1862 --Consols closed at 92½ for money. The Bank of England has reduced its minimum rate of discount to 2½ per cent. American Stocks.--The market has a downward tendency. The latest sales were: Illinois Central shares, 48a48½ discount; Erie Railroad, 28¾. Liverpool Cotton Market.--The sales of cotton for two days amount to 27,000 bales, including 16,000 bales to speculators and exporters. The market is firm, with an advance of one-fourth to one-half a penny per lb. since th
The order of Gen. Grant expelling "disloyal" citizens from Memphis has been published. Gen. Jeff Thompson has issued a proclamation, assuring all Tennessean in the Confederate States army that their families, if expelled, shall be provided for. The General has written the following letter to the tyrant Grant: Senatoria, Miss, July 14th, 1862. Maj-Gen U. S. Grant, U. S. A., Memphis, Tenn. General --Upon my return from Grenada, I find a copy of your Special Order No. 14, of July 10th, 1862, requiring certain parties therein designated to leave your lines within five days. If, General, you intend to carry this order into effect, which we of course presume you will, the cause of humanity will require that you make some arrangement with us, by which the helpless women and children who will thus be turned out of doors, can be provided for; for you must well know by this time that nine-tenths of the people of Memphis come under your ban, for there is scarcely a respectable fami