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that foreign nations, especially England, may be forced to take sides in the American quarrel. In the London money market there is a great abundance of money on the stock exchange, and the indications are of a probable continuance. Consols 92½a92½ for money; 92½ for account. Mexican stocks are quoted at 25¼a26¼ United States 5's and Illinois Central Railroad shares have advanced. France. The Gazette de France denies that a warm discussion took place between Persigny and Thouvenal on the Italian question. No difference of opinion exists. The Paris Patric says that the English Admiralty has decided upon plating the ships already built. If the experiment succeeds, England could have twenty in one year. The Admiralty has determined to execute numerous defensive works in India, China, Red Sea, and at Malta. The Times says it is evident that, even in the face of the English credit of £2,000,000 sterling, difficulty will be experienced in preventing remit<