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Additional foreign News by the North American.

Farther Point, Tuesday, May 7th.
--The steamship Kangaroo, from New York, arrived at Queenstown on the 26th, and proceeded to Liverpool.

The steamship Great Eastern has been seized upon a writ of execution served by Scott Russell.


Liverpool Cotton Market.--The Brokers' Circular reports: The sales of the week have been 80,000 bales, including 12,000 to speculators, and 12,000 to exporters. The market is active, and all qualities have advanced partially ½d, chiefly on the good staples, which are scarce. The sales of Friday reached 20,000 bales, of which speculators and exporters took 10,000 bales.

The advices from America, per Nova Scotia and Kangaroo, containing the news of the hostilities at Charleston, caused an unsettled and excited market, with a further advance of ½d, per lb. on all descriptions, while holders demanded an advance of ¼d. The following are the authorized quotations:--New Orleans fair 8½d. middling 7 5/8d. Mobile fair 8d. middling 7 7-16; Upland fair 7 7/8d. middling 7 7/8d.

The total stock of cotton, of all descriptions, in port, amounts to 953,000 bales, including 777,000 bales of American.

Messrs. James Hewett &Co. call the week's advances, including that of to-day (Friday,) as 3-16d. a ¼d., and quote Mobile middlings at 7½d. a 7 5/8d.; Middling Orleans 7 11-16d.

Trade Report.--The advices from Manchester show a firm market for goods and yarns, and holders demand an advance.

Liverpool Breadstuffs Market.--The breadstuffs market was dull, the news from America not having any effect.

Liverpool Provision Market.--The market for provisions was steady.

London Money Market--Friday Afternoon. Consols closed at 91¾ a91 7/8 both for money and account.

American Stocks.--The latest sales were, Illinois Central shares 30 ½ discount; Erie shares 23½a24.

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