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from Europe.arrival of the Arabia. New York,Narch 17th. --The Arabia arrived yesterday. She brings ½260,000 in specie. The Australasian arrived at Queenstown the day the Arabia left, and returned in consequence of an accident. Her mails and passengers were transferred to the Arabia. Capt. Henry says his steamer broeg., longitude 34 deg., but continued on her voyage until the 26th, under canvas, when she encountered a heavy gale from westward, and put before it and reached Queenstown on the third, During one day's sail she made 280 miles under canvas. The Canada arrived at Queenstown on the 2d inst. The siege of Messina was expecteQueenstown on the 2d inst. The siege of Messina was expected to commence at an early day. In the House of Commons the Syrian question had been under debate, and the conduct of the French troops in Syria generally condemned. Lord John Russell, in a speech on the question, admitted that the occupation by the French army had been useful, but thought it desirable that it should term