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Later from Europe.
arrival of the New York.

New York, April 2.
--The steamer New York, from Liverpool on the 20th ult., arrived to-day.

The London Times, commenting on Lincoln's Inaugural, says its expressions are studiously cautious, but really amount to the fact, that he will recapture the Southern forts and citadels.



March 20.

--Cotton — sales for two days of 32,000 bales; advanced ¼@1. Market closed active and buoyant. Flour quiet and steady.--Wheat do. Corn steady. Provisions quiet. Sugar and coffee quiet. Rice steady. Rosin dull at 4¼d. Consols unchanged.

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