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, the gallant officer whose assistance in the recent escape of Alexander, from Fort McHenry, has been noticed in our columns, we have been placed in possession of a copy of the Washington National Republican, of the 20th, from which we gather the following Rema: Arrival of the steamship Europa. Halifax, Sept. 18. --The steamship Europa from Liverpool, Saturday, 7th, via Queenstown, Sept. 8th, has arrived at this port. At a meeting of the British Association, Mr. Bazele, of Manchester, read another paper on the cotton question, in which the commercial policy of the United States was bitterly denounced, and the expediency of England freeing herself from dependence on America strongly urged. Affidavits have been sent to America proving that Serrill, who was recently arrested at New York, had no politic I mission from England, and that the money found in his possession was for business purpose only. The interview between the Emperor Napoleon and the King of Prus
Runaway --$5 reward is offered for the apprehension and delivery to me of a Mulatto Girl named Jane, about 18 years of age, whom I hired of E. A. J. Clopton, Agt., of Richmond, and who absented herself from my house, near Manchester, on Thursday, the 19th inst., and perhaps is lurking about Richmond, or some of the camps near by. Said girl is stout and healthy, and rather over the medium height. R. G. Latham. Manchester, Sept. 24, 1861. se 25--3t* Runaway --$5 reward is offered for the apprehension and delivery to me of a Mulatto Girl named Jane, about 18 years of age, whom I hired of E. A. J. Clopton, Agt., of Richmond, and who absented herself from my house, near Manchester, on Thursday, the 19th inst., and perhaps is lurking about Richmond, or some of the camps near by. Said girl is stout and healthy, and rather over the medium height. R. G. Latham. Manchester, Sept. 24, 1861. se 25--3t*