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City point, March 22. Sailed, Prussian bark William, Wagner, master, loaded with grain for Dublin, Ireland. Schr. Mary L. Johnson, Passwater, Richmond. Savannah, March 21.--Ar'd, brig Empire, Norfolk. Philadelphia, March 23.--Cl'd, schr. J. W. Woolston, Richmond Passengers per Steamship Roanoke, G. W. Couch, master, from New York, March 21st, 1861: Wm. Blakey, Geo. Cameron and lady, G. W. Butler, lady and child, E. R. Ormock, Mrs. D. Lanier, T. D. Sledge, W. N. Blakeman, W. A. Lash, Miss E. Blakeman, L. W. Shattuck, and 8 in steerage.
Reported for the Richmond Dispatch.four days Later from Europe.arrival of the Canada. Halifax, March 23 --The steamship Canada, from Liverpool on 9th inst., via Queens town 10th, arrived at this port this morning. She brings £177,000 in specie. All is quiet at Warsaw. It is stated that the number of persons killed by the troops there was 53. The Banks of Poland refusing to make specie payments on Russian bonds, the military took possession of the amount required. Prince Napoleon was about to proceed to Turin, to negotiate for the withdrawal of the French troops from Rome. The blockade of the citadel of Messina is officially proclaimed, and hostilities have commenced. Ratazzi has been elected President of the Italian Chamber of Deputies. The French Senate has finally adopted an address in reply to the Emperor's speech. There were but three negative votes against it. On the Paris Bourse the rentes are at 68f. 20 Commercial intelligence.
From Washington. Washington, March 23. --Col. Dudley Mann, now in Washington, is about starting for Europe, on business connected with the consummation of his"Great Eastern" steamer enterprise. The President has been so beset with office-seekers as to be able to ride out only twice since coming into office. He is receiving no visits whatever to-day, either of friendship or business. The nomination of Archibald Campbell, of the Wheeling Intelligencer, as Postmaster at that place, was confirmed by the Senate Saturday. [second Dispatch.] Washington, March 24. --A large seizure of counterfeit, bogus and altered Bank notes, plates and dies, was effected by Detective Keese, of this city, last week. The whole estimated amount was $260,000, including $30,000 in counterfeits on the Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank of Virginia.
The Commissioners of the Confederated States--a proclamation. New Orleans March 23. --The Confederate States Commissioners to Europe leave here on the 31st. A proclamation has been issued by General Bragg, prohibiting vessels from furnishing supplies to Federal war vessels off the coast of the Confederate States, on penalty of confiscation.
Arrival of the steamer Bienville. New York March 23. --The steamship Bienville, from Havana, has arrived, with dates to the 18th, but they contain no news of importance. Sugar was dull and freights lower.
Death of Hon. E. Williams. Stonington, Conn., March 23. --The Hon. Ephraim Williams died here this morning, after a brief illness.
Opening of the Welland Canal. St. Catherines, March 23. --The Welland Canal will be open on the 8th of April.
Northern Markets. New York March 23. --Flour is firm. Sales of 10,000 bbls.--State $5.10@5.15; Ohio $5.55 @5.65; Southern $5.35@5.70. Wheat has advanced 1@2 cents--sales of 2,000 bushels: Chicago Spring $1.10. Corn is firm — sales of 10,000 bush; Mixed at 64 @65 cts. Whiskey closed steady at 17¾cts. Sales in New York, March 23, of $3,500 Va. 6's at 79 ; $2,000 do. at 79½ $6,000 Tenn. 6's at 75¾, and $68,000 Mo. 6's at 66½@66¼. Philadelphia. March 23. --Flour is quiet.--Sales at $5. Wheat is quiet — Red $1.25@1.30; White $1.35@1.45. Corn is firm — sales of 16,000 bushels — New Yellow 58@58 ½cts. Rio Coffee 11¼@14 cents PMarch 23. --Flour is quiet.--Sales at $5. Wheat is quiet — Red $1.25@1.30; White $1.35@1.45. Corn is firm — sales of 16,000 bushels — New Yellow 58@58 ½cts. Rio Coffee 11¼@14 cents Pork — Mess $17.21. Whiskey closed steady at 18@18½cts. Baltimore Cattle market. Baltimore, March 22. --The offerings at the State scales yesterday were 750 head, being 200 more than last market day. The market was rather dull, and prices were a shade lower. Of the above offerings 200 head were driv