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ess in the manufacturing districts of France is, however, very great, and the murmurs of mercantile and laboring classes grow louder and louder every day. It is by many erroneously supposed that the closing of the Southern ports is the cessation of commerce, and that if they were reopened prosperity would return. Few reflect that the real American customers of France were the twenty millions of the North, and that, so long as the people of the loyal States suspend their orders, the looms of Lyons and St. Erienne must remain comparatively idle. English Feeling for the South--an abolitionist's Views. The London correspondent of the New York Times writes the following interesting letter, under date of the 22d January: In one month from this day, certainly in less than two months, the independence of the Southern Confederacy will be recognized by the Governments of France and England, and these Governments will but register the voice of the people, so far as that voice ca
ling from the Columbian Hotel a trunk, containing a lot of wearing apparel, belonging to Richard A. Cox, worth $42. The prisoners were remanded for trial before Judge Lyons. Austin Connelly and John T. Smith were examined for feloniously, and by force and violence, and by putting one Frederick J. Gardner in bodily fear, on theealing, and carrying away from his person, and within his immediate presence, a Colt's revolver and lot of wearing apparel.--Smith was remanded for trial before Judge Lyons. Connelly was ordered to be taken before the Mayor, to be examined for the offence of receiving stolen goods, knowing them to be stolen. Richard Morris an-said Totty's name being forged as endorser for the faithful execution of the trust, was led to the bar, and the Court having heard the evidence sent him before Judge Lyons for final trial. The Grand Jury assembled and made presentmetns against the following persons for misdemeanor, viz: John Frost, Michael Mahoney, Granville
The Congressional election. The returns from the counties in this district come in very slowly. The result in the city of Richmond and counties of Henrico and Hanover, so far as ascertained, is a majority of over 400 for Mr. Lyons.