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nk fit to take, that was a matter for their discussion; but he was persuaded that there was not a man in England who would not show the feeling so well expressed by Sir James Walsh and Mr. Gregory. The motion was then agreed to. Latest dispatches The latest dispatches, dated at London and Liverpool on the 14th June, say: The steamer Scotia's advices of two days fighting at Richmond were eagerly canvassed on Change in Liverpool to-day. There has been no time for newspaper comments as yet. The news by the Scotia has no apparent effect on American securities or cotton. The advance in the latter to-day was caused by the ministerial refutation of the mediation rumors. The city article of the London Times again speculates on the impending financial crisis in America, regarding it, sooner or later, as inevitable. It is estimated that the cotton throughout England on the 1st of June was 428,000 bales, against 1,645,000 at the same date last year.
The Daily Dispatch: June 30, 1862., [Electronic resource], One man nearly Murdered and eight men killed. (search)
John Huffman, of Shenandoah county, Va., was killed by a kick from a horse on the 1st of June.