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re, April 25. --Our dispatches from Yorktown state that preparations were rapidly making for an attack. The armored steam gunboat Galena arrived in Hampton Roads Wednesday. Washington Items. Sherman's amendment to the Confiscation bill, naming certain classes subject to the penalties of the bill, was adopted. The French Minister, after his return from Richmond, had a long interview with Secretary Seward. The Forts below New Orleans. New York, April 24. --The Havana Dierto states that persons from New Orleans report that Forts Jackson and St. Philip were abandoned, and that the Federal fleet can easily go up to New Orleans. Commercial. Liverpool, April 12. --The sales of cotton to-day were 7,000 bales. Market buoyant--3,000 taken by speculators. London, April 12.--Console 93 ¾ to 93 Ȃ. Havre, April 10.--Sales of cotton for the week 6,000 bales. New Orleans Tree Ordinaire 158 francs; Bas 151 francs. Stock $1,000 bales. The steame