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Later from Europe.arrival of the North Briton. The steamship North Briton arrived at Portland, Me., on the 8th instant, with $100,000 in gold. She brings dates from Liverpool to the 22d ult. The following is a summary of her news: Great Britan. The Parliament proceedings were unimportant. The army estimates issued show a net decrease of £185,000, notwithstanding the number of land forces, 146,000, is slightly in excess of last year. The total sum required is £14,606,000. France. Reinforcements for the French army at Rome were continually leaving Marseilles. Eugene Scribe, the celebrated dramatist, is dead. Several persons in Paris connected with the transactions in the mines had been arrested. The payment of the Caisse des Chemins de Fer of Murres were suspended until an inventory of the state of the Bank was completed Constantinople bills on the Murres falling due on the 20th and 21st, reached £280,000 sterling, and were not met.