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Later from Europe.

The steamer City of London, at New York, brings Liverpool advices to the 19th ult.

The Confederate steamer Florida had made her appearance off the coast of Ireland, and as her arrival at Queenstown was anticipated the Port. Admiral, at the instance of the United States Consul, had issued a public notice warning the people against any infringements of the foreign enlistment act.

The destruction of the American ship Nashby a privateer, off Gibraltar, is confirmed.

The Times says that the decision of the Washington Government, in the Peterhoff case is looked for with great interest.

The rebel loan had declined to 29a27 discount.

The Mexican and Polish questions remained unchanged. The notes of France and England to Russia are represented as quite pacific.

The Memorial Diplomatique announces that the Archduke Maximilian accepts, with the consent of his brother, the Emperor of Austria, the crown of the new Mexican empire.

The London Times in its city article, in reference to Mexico, says: ‘--It is vain to deny that the feeling of the London merchants is that, on the whole, the Emperor Napoleon has done a great service, both political and commercial, to the world — political in conforming to the previous action of Spain in extinguishing the Monroe doctrine; and commercial, in restoring intercourse with a nation of such importance of territory.’

The Congress of the German Princes was in session at Frankfort. It was headed by the Emperor of Austria, and was largely attended.

The French Government has revoked the measure of confiscation in Mexico, and withdrawn the proposition in regard to specie exports.

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