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Later from Europe.arrival of the Bremen. New York, Jan. 15. --The steamer Bremen, from Southampton on the 1st instant, has arrived. The bombardment of Gaeta continued. Victor Emmanuel was at Turin. The French fleet had left Gaeta. The ship Golden Star, from Mobile, for Liverpool, had been wrecked near Oxford. The captain, his wife, a servant girl, and sixteen of the crew, perished. The mate and six of the crew were saved. Commercial. Liverpool, Jan. 1. --Cotton quiet and generally unchanged. Speculation had been checked by the advance in the bank rates.
Congressional. Washington, Jan. 15. --House.--The Territorial business was postponed for two weeks. The Army Appropriation bill was taken up. Mr. Regan, of Texas, made a speech, in which he said the Republicans had sullenly held back, declaring that they had no peace propositions to make. If they adhered to their course, by the 4th of March few, if any, Southern States would be left in the Union. The Republicans wanted the dissolution of the South or dissolution of the Union. The South only asks what are her constitutional rights.--If she can't get these, she prefers independence out of the Union. Mr. Stanton, of Ohio, responded, and said the principles on which the Government was founded could not be surrendered under any threats of civil war. He denied that the Republican organization would now or hereafter interfere in any way with slavery in the States. He asserted that Lincoln's administration would be conducted on the principles of Jefferson, Madison,
Message of the New Governor of Pennsylvania Harrisburg, Pa., Jan. 15. --The inauguration of Gov. Curtin took place to-day. In his inaugural, he pledges himself to stand between the Constitution and encroachments instigated by hatred or ambition, fanaticism or folly. He says the election of a President is made a cause for disturbing the peace of the country, by wresting from the Federal Government the power the people conferred on it when the Constitution was adopted. Nothing in the past acts of Mr. Lincoln warrant this excitement. He believes it is not the judgment of the people now precipitating upon him a revolution. He says if Pennsylvania has any law infringing the rights of any State, or contravening any Federal law, or obstructing its execution, it ought to be repealed. She never has faltered in the recognition of all the duties imposed by the national compact, and will, by every act consistent with devotion to the honor and interests of her people, promote frater
From Washington. Washington, Jan. 15. --Dispatches received in Southern circles say that Georgia will probably secede on Saturday, when the delegates from South Carolina, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida and Georgia, will repair to Milledgeville, to put into operation a Provisional Government for the Southern Confederation, including the election of President and Vice President. The Ministers will soon thereafter be appointed to Europe to make treaties. It is understood that Col. Hayne has made unconditional demands for the withdrawal of the U. S. troops from Fort Sumter. The Administration has not yet replied.
North Carolina Legislature. Raleigh, N. C., Jan. 15. --The Senate was engaged on the Convention bill all day. No vote was had. There are no indications as to how it will terminate. The House was engaged on the coercion resolutions all day. It split on the various amendments. There was no vote. All are against coercion, but some against the right of secession. There was some excitement in the debate.
Alabama Legislature. Montgomery, Ala., Jan. 15. --The Legislature organized in the forenoon. It will confine its action, as far as possible, during the session, to business arising from the action of the Convention. The Governor's Message urges the necessity of Alabama being placed upon the most efficient war footing, and the appointment of the Military Board by the Legislature. The Convention went into secret session, after which both adjourned until to-morrow.
The Georgia State Convention. Milledgeville, Jan. 15. --A large number of delegates have arrived. Mr. Nisbet, of Macon, and Hall, of Athens, are spoken of as President. There are an unusual number of visitors, among them the ablest leading men in the State. Hon. J. L. Orr, South Carolina's Commissioner, is here.
"Relief" for the South Carolinians in the Massachusetts Legislature. Boston, Jan. 15. --Mr. Traylor introduced a resolution in the House to-day, appropriating a sum of money for the purchase of provisions and stores for the relief of "our suffering fellow-countrymen in South Carolina."
Fire. Raleigh, N. C., Jan. 15. --A fire at Newbern, N. C., last night, burnt the court-house and other buildings.
Return of the Steamer Brooklyn to Norfolk. Hampton Roads, Jan. 15. --The U. S. steam frigate Brooklyn arrived here this morning.
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