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News from Europe. --The steamship Columbia, from Galway on Nov. 24, arrived at St. Johns, N. F., on Saturday evening, bringing two days later news from Europe. The report of the resignation of Earl Russell is contradicted by the London Fost. The English Government has chapped another pressed, supposed to be intended for the service of the Confederates, on the Clyde. The memorial Deplomatique maintains that fifteen out of twenty invited Powers have accepted the invitation to the proposed Congress. According to the London Post, the English Government declines giving its adherence. A semi- official paper of Paris states that the Congress will be occupied with the questions of Poland, the German Duchies, the States of the Church, Venice, and the reforms to be introduced in Romania. It was reported in Madrid that two American ships which had arms for the San Domingo insurgents were destroyed by a Spanish vessel off that island. Denmark has called out 11,000 men
lish Government has chapped another pressed, supposed to be intended for the service of the Confederates, on the Clyde. The memorial Deplomatique maintains that fifteen out of twenty invited Powers have accepted the invitation to the proposed Congress. According to the London Post, the English Government declines giving its adherence. A semi- official paper of Paris states that the Congress will be occupied with the questions of Poland, the German Duchies, the States of the Church, Venice, and the reforms to be introduced in Romania. It was reported in Madrid that two American ships which had arms for the San Domingo insurgents were destroyed by a Spanish vessel off that island. Denmark has called out 11,000 men and fitted out six war vessels. The Prince of Augustenburg has notified his assumption of the Dukedom of Schleswig-Holstein to all the German Governments. A large meeting of his supporters has been held in Hamburg, and another was to take place in Hanover.
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News from Europe. --The steamship Columbia, from Galway on Nov. 24, arrived at St. Johns, N. F., on Saturday evening, bringing two days later news from Europe. The report of the resignation of Earl Russell is contradicted by the London Fost. The English Government has chapped another pressed, supposed to be intended for the service of the Confederates, on the Clyde. The memorial Deplomatique maintains that fifteen out of twenty invited Powers have accepted the invitation to the proposed Congress. According to the London Post, the English Government declines giving its adherence. A semi- official paper of Paris states that the Congress will be occupied with the questions of Poland, the German Duchies, the States of the Church, Venice, and the reforms to be introduced in Romania. It was reported in Madrid that two American ships which had arms for the San Domingo insurgents were destroyed by a Spanish vessel off that island. Denmark has called out 11,000 men
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