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a French frigate reported to have been sent to Charleston.

Sr. Johns, N. F., April 20.--The steamship Columbia, from Liverpool on the 8th inst., arrived at this port to-day.

It was rumored that France has sent a frigate to Charleston, at the suggestion of President Davis.

The British Parliament reassembled on the 8th inst.

Some of the leading men of Greece were proposing Prince Alfred, of England, for King of Greece, as the best means for settling the present dynasty difficulties.

It is reported that Prince Napoleon intends making a rapid incursion into Syria.

It is asserted that a treaty has been concluded between Russia and France.

The Opinione Nationale says that in the event of a collision, France has secured the support of Russia, and Austria that of England.

The French army is to be increased nearly 200,000 men.

Garibaldi is said to be opposed to Count Cavour's policy.

The Magyars have invited Garibaldi to lead them into action, assuring him that half a million of men are all ready.

Several arrests have been made in Naples, a conspiracy having been discovered in which five bishops are implicated.

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