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--The steamship North American, from Londonderry on the 2d inst., arrived last night. The Vanderbilt and City of Baltimore had arrived out. France has interfered to prevent the bombardment of Gaeta by the Sardinian fleet. Lord Dundonnel is dead. France is making formidable naval and military preparations. Some writers construe this, and the recent council of war at St. Cloud, as palpable indications of a campaign. The Emperor, on the 31st, reviewed 20,000 men near Paris. All the bivouacking and regular proceedings of camping were represented. Naples, Oct. 27th. --The Sardinian flotilla cannonaded the Royalists at Gaeta, but the French Admiral dispatched a frigate there to stop the firing. Admiral Persigul has returned to Naples, and expressed regret at the conduct of the French Admiral. It is denied that Austria will send an ultimatum to Turin; on the contrary, she reiterates the assurance that she will only carry out a purely defensive