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European News.further by the Great Eastern. The dates by the Great Eastern are to the 28th of June. She brought a large number of troops for Canada. It is reported that the Edinburg sailed for New York on the 26th with £203,000 in specie. The following summary of news was telegraphed to the Northern press from Farther Point: Sir J. Fergusson, in the House of Commons, condemned the sending of reinforcements to Canada. Mr. Disraell also thought the Government were incurring serious responsibilities. Lord Palmerston defended the act of the Government as a usual precautionary measure of all governments in the immediate vicinity of hostil
ndicated no distrust of faith in the Northern States, and no want of confidence in the Canadians.
The London Times says that the sending of reinforcements to Canada was right and proper, because they can only be sent there in the summer season.
The loss by the conflagration in London was over two millions sterling.