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Davis, and against the North. How all that may be, I cannot say; but I do say that the cold water the Jupiter of Printing-House Square has thus thrown upon American credit is having the effect to inspire everybody with fresh anxiety to hear from Mr. Auguste Belmonte, who, by this time, must be among the English money kings, face to face. From Western Virginia. From passengers by the Western train, (says the Baltimore South, of the 7th inst.,) we learn that, at last accounts, General Rosencranz was still at Clarksburg, Va., awaiting the arrival of horses and wagons. He was fully aware of the fact that Wise had escaped him and made good his retreat to Lewisburg. Colonel Stevens had re-occupied Martinsburg, and the whole of that section was again in the hands of the Confederates, close up to Harper's Ferry. There was a large Confederate force at Romney, as also at Moorefield and Monterey. Financial. The New York Day Book of Wednesday says: The action of Congre
erally well informed circles that Lord Lyons' dispatches to his Government about the battle of Bull's Run were declared contraband.--After Lord Lyons demanded his passport his dispatch was allowed to pass. It is understood that Dan. Sickles will be appointed Brigadier General. There is strong ground for the belief that the object of Prince Napoleon's visit is to enlighten the Emperor about American affairs. The Post master General has received the following dispatch from General Rosencranz: "The Rebels have been expelled from the Kanawha. Mail service may be resumed there." The wife of Mr. John Heart (late Superintendent of Public Printing) has left this city to meet her husband in Richmond. The correspondent of the New York Commercial says that Mrs. Heart has carried valuable information to Richmond. H. C. Welles, of Michigan, has been appointed Minister to Honduras. Refugees from Fort Oregon give startling accounts of doings there. On the Nor