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The mails by the Africa. The steamship Africa arrived at New York Friday, having left Liverpool on the 10th and Queenstown on the 11th inst. Her mails contain nothing very important not contained in the telegraphic summary. We subjoin some items: The Prince of Wales had not arrived when the Africa left Queenstown. A prospectus had been issued of a Cotton Company, with a strong Manchester Board of Directors, the principal object being to develop the Dharwar cotton fields, in the BQueenstown. A prospectus had been issued of a Cotton Company, with a strong Manchester Board of Directors, the principal object being to develop the Dharwar cotton fields, in the Bombay Presidency. The capital of the company is fixed at £100,000. The funeral of the Earl of Dundonald had been fixed to take place on the 14th inst. at Westminster Abbey. The projected visit of volunteers to Paris was meeting with so much ridicule and opposition that there was little chance of the scheme being carried out. The usual Mayoralty elections throughout England took place on the 9th inst. At Liverpool the choice fell upon Mr. S. R. Graves. Alderman Wire, ex-Lord Mayo