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The latest dates from Europe are to the 16th of March--three days later than previous advices.--The United States gunboat Kearsage had arrived at Deal.

The Confederate steamer Florida put into Madeira on the 4th. Twenty tons of coal, provisions and water were allowed her, when she was ordered off.

The Times says there is good reason to believe that although the matter cannot be announced, it is absolutely certain that the European Conference will after all actually assemble.

In the House of Lords on the 14th, Lord Camp bell asked the meaning of Gortschakoff's words as to the combination between Russia and Austria, Prussia and England. Earl Cranville said that Prince Gortschakoff could only refer to the Conference proposal. England has not entered into any combination displaying the slightest hostile feeling towards France.

In the House of Commons Mr. Roebuck asked if the Federal and Confederate Governments had been remonstrated with for the employment of agents for illegal purposes. He said he would be glad to see the Federal shipping swept from the seas. England's honor was at stake.

Lord Palmerston said that the Governments had been remonstrated with and prosecutions instituted.

Mr. Bright said that Mr. Roebuck's speech was unworthy of a member of Parliament.

The Archduke Maximilian is visiting Queen Victoria.

Five Australian ships have arrived, bringing £228,000 sterling in gold. £250,000 are also en route.

Console closed steady at 91⅜@91½.


The Memorial Diplematique says that a treaty between Maximilian and Napoleon will be agreed on immediately on becoming Emperor of Mexico.--The treaty will settle the period of the French occupation, and make arrangements for the liquidation of the French claims. The French troops will be withdrawn gradually. The debt due France will be paid in fourteen annual instalments of $25,000,000 cash.

The Federales are said to have encroached upon Mexican territory by seizing cotton belonging to the rebels at Mammoras.

La France says that England and Russia are endeavoring to induce Denmark to accept an armistice, remaining during the Conference in the same position.

The Rentes closed 66f 75

The Danish War.

The Duke of Saxe Coburg has visited Napoleon, with the assent of the minor Gorman States, in order to induce Napoleon to recognize the rights of the Schleswing and Holstein Duchles to choose their own Government.

The motion before the Federal Diet for Augustenburg's recognition was postponed by Austria's and Prussia's request.

Five Danish steamers are cruising off Stralsund, where the Prussian flotilla is gathered. The Eibe entrance defence are being hastened.

The enemy had entered Asrhuns. The Danish infantry had embarked at Arabus for Frederica and Alsen. Their cavalry had started for Viburg.

The Swedish troops in Schonen, Sweden, have been ordered to be ready to march.

An unimportant engagement occurred on the 18th at Sundewell.

It is stated that 600 Jutland peasants have been compelled to aid the allies in the creation of trenches before Frederica.

The Austrian troops having been molested by the inhabitants of Vierle, the General commanding has ordered that all munitions of war and arms in the possession of civilians shall be delivered up to the military authorities within twenty-four hours. The roads in Jutland are impassable in consequence of recent heavy rains. Marshal Wrangle has prohibited the export of horses, cattle, and grain from Jutland.

The Prussians had occupied several places near Duppel, and an unimportant engagement had occurred near the same place.

Commercial intelligence.

Liverpool, March 16.
--Cotton is advancing prices paid higher for inferior qualities.

Breadstuffs are quiet but steady; flour declining, winter red wheat 8s.a8s 7d.; corn dull; provisions quiet and prices steady.

The discount demanded at the Bank of England is moderate, and the rates unaltered.

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