Later from Europe.
arrival of the Glasgow.
the London times and Gen. Fremont
--the cotton subject — recognition of the Southern Confederacy by France Predicted, &c.
St. Johns, Oct. 11.
--The steamship Glasgow
, from Liverpool
, with dates to the 29th of September, passed Cape Race
The London Times
has an article on Gen. Fremont
It says that the document is not to be wondered at, as the adoption of the Abolition doctrine, if the strife goes on, may be successfully urged by the United States Government, but fears that the result of such a measure could not result satisfactorily to the Northern States
A London company is being formed to promote the cultivation of cotton by Coolie
The Paris Constitutionnel
asserts that negotiations relating to the interference with Mexico
, has reached no definite result.
No convention has been drawn up.
The St. Petersburg Bee
predicts the early recognition by France
of the Southern Confederacy.
An imperial decree opens the principal French ports in consequence of the importance of cotton and woollen yarns from England
The Bank of France has further advanced its rates of discount from 5½ to 6 per cent.
The Paris Bourse has shown a decline.--Rentes quoted at 68f. 40
Per the Steamship Asita-- London
, Sept. 28.--Consols closed to day at 03 a 03½ for money.
Sept. 26.--Sales of cotton for the past week, 41,000 bales; Orleans Tres Ordinaire
143 francs, and Bas
136 francs, being an advance of nine francs during the week.
The Stock was 200,000 bales.
Sept. 29.--The sales of cotton on yesterday were 15,000 bales, including 800,000 to speculators and exporters.
The market closed firm at the advance previously reported.
The tendency was upwards.
The breadstuffs market closed quiet, but steady, with small sales.
Provisions were dull.