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Later from Europe.
arrival of the Bohemian

Cape Race, Dec. 17.
--The steamer Bohemian, from Liverpool on the 7th, with telegraphic dates to the afternoon of the 8th, via Londonderry, passed here to-day.

The Prince Albert, North American and Kangaroo had arrived safely out.

The exciting news from the United States had produced a panic in the Liverpool cotton market, causing it to open at a decline of , but it closed firmer, with more inquiry, which was freely met by holders.

The siege of Gaeta still continued. Four heavy batteries had opened fire on the town.

The Persia was expected to take out to the United States fully $1,000,000.

The Empress Eugenie visited Victoria, at Windsor Castle, on Wednesday.

The apprehension of a monetary crisis at Paris had subsided. The Bank of France was largely gaining specie. The Bourse was higher.

It is reported that Napoleon has intimated to Francis II. of Naples, the uselessness of further resistance.

It is rumored that Cardinal Antonelli has resigned.

The Austrian official journal contradicts the rumored negotiations for the cession of Venetia to Italy.

Commercial.

Liverpool, Dec. 8. --Cotton — Sales for the week of 49,000 bales estimated sales Friday of 8,000 bales- market closed at 5 ½ for Orleans middling. Flour dull-holders pressing on the market, owing to heavy arrivals-prices easier and unchanged. Wheat has a downward tendency, with more demand prices slightly lower, particularly for inferior. Corn dull, and declined 6@9d. Provisions dull. Lard firm. Rosin dull at 5s@5s. 3d. Turpentine dull at 33s. Sugar quiet. Coffee steady. Rice quiet.

Consols closed Friday at 93 7/8@94. Money market generally unchanged.

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