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Later from Europe.arrival of the North American. Montreal, September 3 --The steamship North American arrived yesterday afternoon. The bales of cotton at Liverpool in three days was 6,000 bales of Ȃd. Fort Orleans cotton quoted at 9½d. The ales on Friday were 24,000 bales. Consols closed at London at 90½ 90¼ The rapture between Austria and Hungary is regarded as complet
The captured Forts in North Carolina Louisville, Sept. 3 --There is nothing in the Eastern dispatches but glorification over the taking of the Forts on the coast of North Carolina. Gen. Picayune Butler says that Cape Hatteras Light may again send forth its cheering rays to the storm beaten mariner. It is announce that a new department is to be created, and Gen. Butler placed at the head of it.