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al of Captain McCafferty, the American Fenian, is progressing at Cork. Second Dispatch. New York, December 29. --The bullion in the Bank of England had decreased four hundred and forty-eight thousand two hundred and fourteen pounds stealing during the week. It is stated that Admiral Goldsborough, commanding the United States squadron in European waters, will establish his winter quarters at Villafranca, near Nice. The Fenian Special Commission adjourned its sittings at Dublin on the 13th, and commenced in Cork the following day. The trial of McCafferty, late a captain in the Confederate army, is progressing. Strong precautions have been taken to maintain peace in Cork. The Cork Herald alludes to the recent departure of skilful pilots for America as an evidence of contemplated naval operations by the Fenians. The Times says the passage in President Johnson's message which concerns England ought to be read in a friendly spirit. The Morning Post says it
onsidered as having abdicated, and that no Fenian, after such a circumstance would occur, was for a moment bound to the oath he has taken. There is a strong belief entertained in many remote districts that James Stephens is not only secretly located in this country, but that he continues to issue dispatches, from time to time, through the country to the A's and B's. Another significant fact connected with Fenianism is the great sympathy evinced for each prisoner who receives his sentence in Dublin, and for those who are in prison. It is confidently believed that subscriptions are being collected throughout different districts of the country for the support of the wives and families of all who are or may be arrested for Fenianism, who are not provident enough to afford the means of sustenance themselves, and that even respectable farmers are coerced to contribute to the fund. I merely give the tone of sentiment and the feeling which pervades in the provinces, which is too distinct no