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Further from Europe.The steamer Saxonia, from Southampton on the 13th, arrived at New York on the 16th The steamer Bohemian arrived out on the third. England. The great fire at London was still burning among the ruins. A new India loan of £4,000,000 had been introduced. France. The Patric denies the statement that Count Thouvenel had received a deputation from Rome. The Patterson-Bonaparte family case had been decided by the appeal being dismissed and the first judgment confirmed. Spain. Spain has abandoned her claims against Morocco to declare Ternan the property of Spain, to render it impregnable, and to colonize the Territory. Italy. The Turin House of Deputies had voted the budget for 1861. Two Bourbon committees had been discovered at Naples. Five hundred muskets had been seized, and a plot to assassinate Garibaldi discovered. The Government had taken measures to watch the entry to Caprero. During the discussion of the loan bill in the Turin Chamber of Deputies, Signor Musalino said that he had no confidence in a ministry that maintained the French alliance. England was the only true friend to Italy, and he insisted on the immediate evacuation of Rome by the French. Farini supported the French alliance as the foundation and shield of the popular right of all Europe. General Cialdini had been made commander of the Southern Italian army. The Patrie says disturbances have taken place at Naples. Austria. The Government, at a Cabinet council, has definitely resolved not accept the Hungarian address, and a royal rescript has been sent to the Hungarian Diet. in which the address is stigmatized as disloyal and hostile to the rights of the Crown. Turkey. An English frigate had anchored off Constantinople, after obtaining from the Porte a firman, required by the convention relative to the Straits of the Dardanelles. Commercial Advices. Liverpool, July 3.--Cotton — Sales of the last two days 45,000 bales, of which speculators and exporters took 24,000 bales. The market closed buoyant. Prices have advanced fully 1.61., and in some cases ¼d., closing with an upward tendency. Manchester advices are favorable. The market closed with an advancing tendency for yarns. Prices generally unchanged for cloth. Breadstuffs.--Flour is in steady demand.--Wheat is steady, with an advance, chiefly in fine qualities. Prices are a shade dearer.--Corn is steady and in more demand. Provisions.--Beef is firm; bacon heavy, prices are easier, but quotations unchanged; lard is heavy and quotations nominal; tallow is quiet at 49s.a49s.3d. Produce.--Rosin is dull at 6s. 3d.a6s. 4d; spirits turpentine steady, and prices firmer at 44s. at auction; sugar dull; rice steady; coffee is dull; pearl ashes quiet; pot ashes also, at 33s.a33s. 6d. Money Market.--Consols heavy at 89¼a88 3/8 for money.
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