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he could not conveniently carry with him, and returned to Hickman. Parties who accompanied the expedition say that had it been properly planned and executed, every rebel would have been captured. From New Mexico. The Northern papers give the following account of the situation of affairs in New Mexico on the 18th of March. We have reason to believe, from information received at New Orleans, that Fort Craig has fallen into the hands of the Confederate troops: St. Louis, Thursday, April 3. The correspondent of the Republican, under date of Fort Union, New Mexico, 18th, states that Col. Slough's Colorado regiment of volunteers, 950 strong, arrived here five days ago. The effective fighting force now here is 1,400 men, sufficient to defend this depot against any force the rebels can bring against us. We have stores enough to last our troops three months. This fort is the strongest on the Western frontier, being 570 feet square, with parapets seven feet high, and a di
Two days Later from Europe.arrival of the Niagara. Halifax, Thursday, April 3. --The Niagara from Liverpool on the morning of the 22d, and Queenstown the 23d, arrived here this evening. Great Britain. The proceedings in Parliament on the 20th were unimportant. Mr. Layard, in the House of Commons, answered some inquiries relative to the Italian "Provediments" Committee, but thought it inconsistent with the dignity of the Italian Government for English Ministers to lay papers relative to the affair before Parliament. In the House of Commons on the 20th, Mr. Baxter opposed the expenditure on fortifications in the colonies, except at great naval stations. Sir G. C. Lewis thought the defence of the colonies was partly a colonial and partly a military question. At the present moment there were two great nations, which had subject to their rule as large a portion of the globe as they could well govern, viz; Great Britain and the United States. America had ad