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six years old — the vessel is a total loss, being entirely under water; the dock may also be considered as done for, it having failed as a commercial speculation, and the present disaster may be considered as the last of the Callao Dry Dock. Panama. An official question has arisen between the United States and British naval forces in Panama, which is of considerable interest. It has been occasioned by the order given to the guards from H. B. M.'s ship Clio, stationed at the British and Panama, which is of considerable interest. It has been occasioned by the order given to the guards from H. B. M.'s ship Clio, stationed at the British and French Consulates since the late riot, to hail all persons passing those houses. Several foreigners have been stopped by the sentry, and on Saturday an American officer, and subsequently an American citizen, have been arrested for refusing to respond to the sentry, whilst passing through the public street. The matter was brought before Flag officer Montgomery, in command of the U. S. naval forces, who at once addressed a communication to Capt. Miller, of H. B. M.'s ship Clio, on the subject, t
Later from California--massacre of emigrants. St. Josephs, Mo. Nov. 4. --The California mail to the 21st ult. has arrived. The steamship Cortez sailed the same day for Panama, with $1,622,556 in treasure. Of this $911,600 was destined for New York, $9,000 for England, and $20,000 for Panama. The Cortes also look silver are to the value of $60,000 and 260 passengers. The funeral of Brig. General Clark, on the 15th, was attended by all the military and a large concourse of cPanama. The Cortes also look silver are to the value of $60,000 and 260 passengers. The funeral of Brig. General Clark, on the 15th, was attended by all the military and a large concourse of citizens. Col. Ball, of the First Dragoons, has officially received the appointment of Commandant of the Military Department of California, in the place of Gen. Clarke, deceased. A bill pending in the Oregon Legislature, to nullify the late Senatorial election, had passed, and a Breckinridge Democrat had been chosen. There was a rumor of another emigrant train having been massacred by the Shoshone Indians. A great many emigrants were killed, including women and children, and many