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d for Nassau. Two other steamers had also arrived at Plymouth, believed to be intended for the same destination.--Their names are the Merrimac and the Sylph. The D. Fleming with a cargo of turpentine, basin and fifteen bales of cotton, from Charleston, had arrived at Liverpool. She left Charleston on the 5th of May, in company with the Louisa, for Barcelona and six schooners for Nason. She left on vessels in port. The London press on the defeat of Banks. The London Times, of June 10, in commenting on the defeat of Gen. Banks, says: The battle of Winchester was one of the most important successes that the Confederates have obtained. For thought it is not likely to enable them to carry the war into the enemy's territory, and though it may be that the Federals will once more endeavor to advance into the Valley of the Shenandoah, yet the South have given proof of their courage and resources in thus ejecting the invaders from their soil, and convincing the most confide
French mediation recommended.opinion of the French and English press. [from the Paris Constitutionnel (leading article,) June 10.] Battles great battles, are about to be fought in America, and perhaps have been fought already at the very moment we are writing. It is impossible, in fact, for the armies of the North and the armies of the South, in presence of each other at Corinth and at Richmond, not to come to blows. Deluges of blood will be shed, and what is more and to contemplate, whatever the issue may be, these terrible encounters do not promise a solution of the actual crisis either for America or for Europe. The victory, no matter on which side, will not be attended with any final result. Violence, hatred, passions of every description, of which the first war of Independence has given us the recital, are nothing compared with the hatred which now animates the South against the North; but they may give an idea of the resistance and of the obstacles which the Fede