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rmy has most unbounded reliance in their young commander, and dream of nothing out victory under his direction. Responses of the States. Ohio.--Cincinnati, July 8. --The new Ohio regiments will commence recruiting immediately, and camps are being established in different parts of the State for their reception. Recruitially improved within the last few days, and over 500 privates on furlough have reported at Camp Chase. More are reporting every day. Indiana--Indianapolis, July 8.--Governor Morton's call for eleven additional regiments and six batteries of artillery, although only published yesterday morning, has been responded to in the most hearty and confident manner. From over thirty counties, military organizations have responded to the call. From Fortress Monroe. Fortress Monroe, July 8. --A flag of truce returned to-day from a cruise up the York river. At Cumberland were found 90 of our wounded soldiers. They were brought a mile away, when the
Further from Europe.additional by the steamer Europa St. Johns, July 8th. --The following addition intelligence was received by the steamer Europa: Madrid, June 27.--In the Senate to-day Senor Calderon Collante expressed the hope that the action of France in Mexico would not exceed the limits presented by the London Convention. The ministers said that Spain would still exercise sufficient influence to obtain legislative satisfaction from Mexico, for she had not abandoned the employment of the necessary means. It is positively affirmed that the King of Portugal is betrothed to the Princess of Savoy. Latest Commercial intelligence. Liverpool, Saturday evening, June 28. --The excitement in the cotton market has increased, with sales of 30,000 bales yesterday. There were sales to-day of 25,000 bales at prices ¼@1d. higher than official figures of yesterday. Breadstuffs unchanged. Provisions closed flat. London, Saturday, June 28.--Consols closed at 91¾