Later from Europe.
arrival of the Canadian.
Portland, Me., April 8.
--The steamer Canadian
, from Liverpool
on the 28th, via Londondery on the 29th ult., has arrived.
The ship Middlesex
, from Liverpool
, bound for New York, was abandoned at sea. The water was up to the main deck, and all but one of her six boats were lost.
The one saved reached the coast at Kerry
, containing the captain, first, second and third mates, boatswain, carpenter, five men and four passengers.
They were exposed five days at sea, during which two passengers died.
The ship is insured at Liverpool
Parliament had adjourned until the 8th inst.
The strike of the London building
trades had assumed serious proportions.
The turbulence among the Lancashire weavers was increasing, and some rioting had occurred.
received an address from the corps Legislative on the 23d.
In returning thanks he said, notwithstanding the warmest debate, he by no means regretted to such discussion.
He hoped the Government
and Legislature would mutually aid each other.
The American Secretary
of Legation, Henken
, was reported to have been murdered at Jeddo
and French Ministers had retired from Jeddo
, but the American Minister
had sailed with £100,000 in specie for New York.
,March 28.--Cotton-- Sales for 5 days of 69,000 bales, including 12,500 to speculators, and 18,000 to exporters.
The market opened active, and the American
news caused an advance of Ȃc., but subsequently, owing to the disturbed state of some of the manufacturing districts, it closed quiet, with quotations barely maintained.
Estimated sales Friday of 8,000 bales, closing quiet.
Stock in port 320,000 bales, including 767,000 American.
quiet and steady.
Corn quiet — mixed 37s. Provisions quiet and dull.
firm, and 3d.@6d. higher.
Rosin firm — common higher at 84. 6d@4s. 8d. Turpentine dull at 30s. 9d.@31s.
Consols 91 5/8@91 7/8.