New York, April 12.
, from Liverpool
at 9 A. M. on the 29th, and from Queenstown
on the afternoon of the 30th ult., arrived at this port yesterday evening, bringing the mails of the 29th ult., and passengers.
The rebel steamer Sumter
remained at Gibraltar
, and the Union steamers Tuscarora
, and Kaorsage
, at Algeoiras on the 21st of March.
The sailing sloop Ino
left Algeoiras at half past 2 P. M. on the 15th instant, steering in the direction of Ceuta.
The St. Louis, Union sailing corvette of 30 guns, had arrived at Cadiz
, and anchored in the harbor.
A dispatch from Liverpool
of the 30th ult., says:
The rebel schooner C. S. Evans
was passed on the 4th of March by the G. Fleming
, of Bombay
There was an unknown American ship alongside.
The Union flag was lowered when the ships parted company.
continues dangerously ill.
The Viceroy of Egypt
has left Alexandria
and the Holy Land
The Japanese Ambassadors had left Alexandria
They would visit France
before going to England
and Monitor battle in Parliament.
In the House of Commons, on the 27th of March, Sir F. Smith
gave notice that he should on to-morrow call the attention of the Secretary of State
for War to a report of the engagement between the iron-cased vessel Merrimac
, belonging to the Confederate States
, and the iron gunboat Monitor
, belonging to the Federal States
; and ask whether, in consequence of the results of that action, it would not be prudent to suspend the construction of fortifications at Spithead
until the question of the construction of iron-roofed gunboats had been fully considered.