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the bombardment of Fort Sumter created considerable sensation, and produced a slight depression in English funds.--The London Times considers the result of the contest inexplicable, considering that a barroom difficulty would have occasioned more bloodshed. The Great Eastern was in the hands of the Sheriff, under an execution. She was, however, advertised to sail June 1st, the company having offered to deposit the amount claimed. Affairs at Warsaw were unchanged. All the towns in Poland were occupied with military, and many arrests continued to be made. There were reports of an intended demonstration on the 29th of May, the Czar's birth-day. The insurrectionary movements in the Neapolitan provinces were spreading. Martial law had been proclaimed at Abruzzi and other places. Commercial. Liverpool Cotton Market.--The market closed firm. Sales on Saturday of 10,000 bales, including 3,000 bales to speculators. Breadstuffs closed quiet. The weather has been