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ance with recent advices. In August of last year there were orders in this city for breadstuffs to ship to France, and this August there are orders for specie; but no breadstuffs. Stampede of conscripts. A letter from New York, dated August 1st, says: An extraordinary scenes was presented at the New Haven wharl, East river, on the arrival of the steamer Continental yesterday morning. A party of conscripts, one hundred and seventeen in number, were placed on board the boat, in cap of trouble about them, but his men are accruing the city in the hope of being able, before nightfall, to bring the wandering sheep back to the fold. The Peterroff —— the Hiawatha The following Items are from a New York letter, dated August 1: Judge Batts has rendered a decision condemning the Angle-Rebel steamer Peterhoff for constructive running of the blockade. This decision is one of more than ordinary importance. The British journals have all along assumed that as the Pe