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Port of Richmond, November 21high water this day (Thursday) 11 ¾ o'clock. arrived Schr. Dan'l Townsend, Townsend, Jacksonville, lumber, Schr. M. S. Patridge, Rockland lime. Sailed Schr. Julia Main, Preston, New Orleans, mdze., W. D. Colquitt &Co. Schr. E. Goldsborough, Todd. Baltimore, light. Schr. Brunett, Johnson, down the river, light. Schr. M. C. Cramner, Ludford, river, light. Schr. Chericoke, Crump, the river, light. Baltimore,Nov. 20.--Cl'd, schr, Ashland, Norfolk. New York, Nov. 19.--Cl'd, schr. Ann, Petersburg. Arr'd, schr. Mary, Fredericksburg. Nov. 20 Cl'd. steamship Jamestown, Richmond. Boston. Nov. 13.--Arr'd, schr. S. R. Allen, Richmond. Rio Janeiro, Oct. 1.-- Arr'd, bark Sally Magee, Richmond. 5th, ship Grey Eagle, Norfolk. Alexandria, Nov. 20.-- Arr'd, schr. Sarah E Jones, Richmond.
Later from Europe.arrival of the Palestine. Postland, Nov. 21.--The steamship Palestine from Londonderry Nov. 9th, has arrived. The Prince of Wales' squadron had settled off Portland, Eng. Victor Emanuel was at Naples. It is doubtful if a treaty of peace with China has been concluded. commercial. Liverpool, Nov. 9. --Cotton — Sales of the week animates. Prices advanced ½@¼ on the week, bidding improved most. Stock in bales including 477,000 American. Stead stuffs in little inquiry, and prices week, except Corn, which is slightly lower. Provisions Pork firm. Beef dull. consoles 93 ¼@9
From Washington. Washington. Nov. 21--It is understood that Attorney General Black has prepared a few opinions on the right of secession, making the negative position, which, it is believed, will form the basis of the President's Message on the subject, in addition to his most annual message. It is believed the subject was brought up in the Cabinet yesterday, and that seven members dissented from the experts in the legal view of the subject. The Government has official information that the positions Montgomery has commenced operations in Kansas by hanging and killing pro-slavery men, and threatening to stopped an adjournment of the land sales ad to take place in December. Previously letters had been received here stating that Montgomery's force amounts to 500 men, with plenty of arms, ammunition and other material and that from time to time warlike supply have been received from the Northwest. They also say the demand to adjourn the land sales would be resorted to a mere
Speech from Mr. Lincoln. Springfield, Ill, Nov. 21.--A Republican jubilee took place here last night. Mr. Lincoln was persuaded, and made a speech. He thanked his friends for the honor conferred on him, and rejoiced with them in the success of their cause. He said, "In our rejoicing, let us neither express nor cherish harsh feelings towards those differing with us. Let us at all times remember that all Americans are brothers of a common country, and should dwell together in bonds of fraternal feeling."He excused himself from further speaking, after repeating his thanks. Senator Trumbull, of Illinois, followed him, and said that, though Mr. Lincoln was elected by the Republican party, yet as Chief Magistrate of the Republic, he will neither belong to that nor any other party. When inaugurated, he will be as ready to defend and protect the State in which he did not receive a solitary vote as that which gave him the largest majority.
Suspension of the Baltimore Marine Bank. Baltimore. Nov. 21.--The President of the Baltimore Marine Bank has resolved to suspend specie payment to-morrow morning. --The steamer for Charleston, which left here to day, took down a large cargo of Baltimore manufactured goods for the Macon Fair.
The New York Banks. New York, Nov. 21--The Post says that the Presidents of the leading Banks are discussing a project to relieve the community by leaving scrip bonds on bills receivable, Government stocks, and other collaterals bearing seven per cent.
Georgia State Convention. Augusta, Ga., Nov. 21. --Both branches of the Georgia Legislature have unanimously passed the bill calling a State Convention.
New York Market. New York, Nov. 21.--Cotton has a declining tendency though nominal. Flour is lower and unsettled southern $5.25@5.60. Wheat heavy and nominally lower. Corn heavy: mixed 64@65c; Southern yellow 65@66 Pork heavy: mess $15.75 $16.00, prime $10.25@10.50. Whiskey dull: closing with no buyers over 18. Sugar dull at 5 ½@6 7/8 Turpentine dull at 37@38 Rosin dull, Rice dull, Stock-lower, but subsequently revived: New York Centrals 76 ¼; Va.'s 80.