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Later from Europe.

European advices to 28th have been received.--Two fast steamers were launched at Nantes on the 23d for the rebels, and it is affirmed that the French Government will not prevent them being armed, notwithstanding the remonstrances of Mr. Dayton.

There is nothing new from the Danish seat of war, and nothing but speculations as to the as to the Conference.

In the House of Lords a debate on the Government action on the Tuscaloosa case took place. --Chelmsford attacked and Russell defended the Government's policy.

The Alexandra had been surrendered to her owners.

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