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he Timessays that the prospects of the Government have improved since the Easter recess, but there are rocks ahead, viz: the case of Sternfield from the charge of a connection with the attempted assassination of Napoleon, and thinks it should be made as a private member of Parliament, and not as connected with the Government. Mazzini, in a letter, exonerates Sternfield from all connection in Greeley scheme. Consols 93ΒΌ. Serious apprehensions are felt concerning the health of the Pope. His life, however, is not despaired of. A serious revolt occurred between the Hungarian and Austrian troops at Jutters. and a wholesale execution will take place. We have nothing from the front. Orange C. H,April 22.--The N. Y. Herald. of the 20th, contains an account of the Shreveport affair, acknowledging the loss of 2000, and the Yankee cavalry routed. It also says that the full news was suppressed at New Orleans. Gold is quoted at 174--the market very feverish.
From Northern Virginia. Orange C. H., April 23d. --Observations from Clark's Mountain disclose no change in the Yankee camps. It is reported that the enemy will begin to-day moving up their rear, preparatory to an advance. Nothing is going on in our front indicating an immediate advance. The roads are dry and hard. The weather beautiful.