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Later from Europe. --By the arrival off Cane Race of the steamship Tentoria, we have advices from Europe three days later than by the Europa. The most important news by this arrival relates to Italian affairs. The Italian squadron had been ordered to Ancona, to watch the A riata coast. Garibaldi, with five hundred volunteers, was on the march, and supposed to be trying to reach Messina. He had occupied Rocca, and had made a speech, in which he declared that he opposed the Government because I would not let him go to Rome, and opposed France because she defended the Pope.--He expressed his determination to have Rome or die. From France we have the rumor that the Mexican expeditionary force will be very large.--The choicest officers and men of the Versailles Artillery are said to be under orders. A division of gunboats or Mexico was also being armed. The distress in the cotton districts of England is increasing. The Liverpool cotton market was quiet and steady for American