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Later from California.arrival of the steamer Northern light. more Gold from California--Probability of the capture of the Sumter, &c. New York, Dec. 4 --The steamer Northern Light, from Aspinwall, has arrived, bringing $870,000 in treasure from California. Captain Tinklepaugh reports that information had been received at Aspinwall that the privateer Sumter was at Martinique November 9th, and that the United States gun-boat Iroquois was within three hours sail of her. Advices from Cartagena state that Gen. Cassal has been defeated, and that the Archbishop of Bogota has been expelled by Gen. Mosquera, and that the latter's forces occupied a part of Antioquia. Deplorable accounts from Bolivia have been received. The Commander General at Lapaz had ordered the execution of 200 persons engaged in the recent revolutionary movements there. Among those executed were ex-President Cerders, Gen. Hermosa, a number of priests, and four colonels.