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Later from Europe.
arrival of the Canadian.
England about sending a powerful Squadron to America.
assassination of a Count, etc.

Farther Point, May 20.
--The Canadian has arrived here with dates to the 9th.


In England the American crisis was the leading topic.

Mr. Gregory, in the House of Commons, moved the postponement of his motion for the recognition of the Southern Confederacy till the 17th.

Active preparations to send a powerful squadron to America were progressing.


The Chamber of Commerce called the attention of the Government to the necessity of the protection of French vessels in the American waters. The Minister of Commerce and the Minister of Marine held a conference on the subject.

The prospects of the harvest were bad. Irreparable injury had been done to the brandy crop.

The American agents had reached France, and were purchasing arms.


In Hungary there was great sensation, owing to the assassination of Count Telke--When the President of the lower House made the announcement, a loud cry of despair was raised.

Pesth was excited.

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