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From California and the Pacific

--Arrived of the North Star.--The steamship North Star, from California, arrived at New York on Wednesday, the 23d inst. The following is a summary of her news:

The North Star brings $620,892 in specie from California, and $9,119 from Aspinwall,

By this arrival we have San Francisco annals to the 1st inst

A writer in the Bulletin is recommending reconstruction of the Democratic party as the only means of restoring the Union.

The doings it the Legislature are of no particular interest. A resolution had been passed by the Senate to exclude all persons from the floor of that heady except those authorized to be there The object was to save Senators from the pertinacious boring of lobbyists and parties interested in bills pending.

Agricultural prospects throughout the State are spoken of as favorable.

A general State tax, to help the ‘"floodable districts,"’ was urged.

The Pacific Expositor, a religious magazines, edited by Rev. Geo. Burrows, is dead.

Peru is in a state of great alarm in consequence of the European intervention in Mexloo. It appears that she fears her turn will come next. A new periodical was to be established in Lima to treat of American a fairs, and the consolidation of the republics system of Government in South America.

There were fifty vessels loading with Guam at the Chincha Islands, mostly large vessels. The loading was going on very slowly in consequence of the want of laborers, and it was feared that part of the vessels would get a demurrage.

From Bolivia we learn that there has had a new attempt at revolution on the parts the military. Gen. Torrelta seized the Commandants General Agreda in Sucre, and proclaimed Gen. Belzu. There were also several other risings in various parts, which were suffocated at their birth, and the President Acha was collecting forces to march against. Sucre, where it was expected the movement would be put down. Gen. Belzu, remains is Taona.

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