Later from Europe
arrival of the Arago.
Cape Race. Nov. 25.
--The steamship Arago
, from Southampton
on the 14th, has passed date.
Her general news is unimportant.
The Bank of England had again advanced in rates to 5 per cent. The Bank of France had advanced to 4 ½ per cent.
The settlement of the Chinese question had been delayed for want of money.
The allied army was marching on Pekin
, followed by Lord Elgin.
The army reached Yang-tain on the 10th of September.
Official dispatches, however, to the British Government
, state that peace had been concluded.
The Prince of Wales' fleet had not reached England
Liverpool. Nov. 10.
--Cotton — Sales Monday and Tuesday reached 12,000 bales, including 1,600 for speculation and export.
Friday's quotations are rarely maintained, Flour dull and 61, lower.
quiet, and lower qualities easier, but quotations unchanged.
Corn slightly declined.
Beef heavy, Pork quiet, Bacon
Lard firm at Tallow firm at 58 or 59s. Sugar and Coffee steady, Rice
Naval Stores dull.
Console 93 ½ or 93 ¼