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Later from Europe.
arrival of the Etna.

visit of the King of Prussia to Napoleon--Prince Napoleon on American affairs — death of Geo. Vandenhoff, &c.

St. Johns, Oct. 19.
--The steamship Etna, with four days later news from Liverpool, passed Cape Race on yesterday. She brings dates up to Thursday, Oct. 10th.

The King of Prussia had been on a brief visit to Napoleon.

The Emperor of China is dead.

Prince Napoleon has sent to the Emperor Napoleon important State papers on American affairs.

Manchester advices were favorable and prices were advancing.

Breadstuffs at Liverpool were firm and advancing. Wheat was firm, and all qualities had improved in price.

Mr. Lindsay, the member of Parliament, in a public lecture had again strongly urged the expediency of England and France endeavoring to effect a peaceful separation of the Northern and Southern States of America.

Earl Russell discourages interference in the international affairs of Mexico, but says that the English Government will exercise the right of requiring security for the personal property of English citizens in Mexico, and the fulfillment of all engagements.

Orders were about being issued to prepare a French squadron for the coast of Mexico.

The Paris Bourse was dull.

The steamship Anglo Saxon, from Quebec arrived at Liverpool on the 8th inst.

George Vandenhoff, the actor, is dead. He was 72 years of age.

The Bank of France has arranged for the relief of the financial pressure.

The French Government has stated that the price of bread will not be further advanced.

Garibaldi had left Caprara — destination unknown.

The affairs of Hungary are unchanged.

The American Minister at Berlin was negotiating with the Hanover Government for the ratification of the conditions for the abolition of the State dues.

At the insurrection at Cyclyedy Leopona the Russian Eagle was torn from the public buildings, and the Polish substituted.

The sales of cotton at Liverpool during the two days previous to the 9th amounted to 30,000 bales, the market closing with a firm feeling.

Breadstuffs had an upward tendency. Flour closed at 28a30s. Wheat closed firmer — red 10s. to 12s. 6d.; white 11s. to 14s. Corn steady — yellow 31s. 6d.a32s.; white 34s. to 37s.

Beef closed quiet and prices steady. Lard is down ward.

Consols closed at 92 7/8a93.

The latest Via Queenstown.

Cotton closed on Thursday with sales of 6,000 bales, one-half to speculators and exporters. The market is considerably excited, and very firm.

Corn closed active — mixed at 31s. 6d.

Provisions closed steady.

Consols closed 92a92

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