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were ordered to leave Nagasaki, but refused to do so, whereupon the "Japanese Government resigned." The frigate Prince Consort, which was bound for Liverpool to watch the movements of the rebel rams had arrived at Kingston badly disabled. The rams still remain in possession of an armed force. A new steamship company, with a capital of two million pounds sterling, is about to put a number of first class screw steamers on the route from Liverpool to New York. Commercial news. Liverpool, October 31. --Cotton — Sales of the week 64,000 bales, including 32,000 bales to speculators and 10,500 bales for export. The market has been irregular, with an advance of ¼@ ½d. for some qualities. The quotations are: Orleans 29½d., Mobile 29¼d., Uplands 29½d. Stock 164,000 bales, including 34,000 bales of American cotton. The Manchester market is firm. Breadstuffs steady. Provisions firmer. London, November 1.--Consols closed after official hours yesterday at 92