, with European
advices to the 12th of June arrived at Halifax
on the 22d.
The following are the only items of interest:
An officer from the Alabama
had boarded the British ship Kent
He informed the Captain
of the Kent
that the privation had burned a "treat many" American vessels braids the ship Rockingham
just reported, and that Semmes
had a "great number" of prisoners on board the Alabama
of Clanrisarde brought the subject of the enlistment of Irish emigrants in Easton
under the native of the of boards in a very warm manner, declaring that England
had a cause of war in the alleged section of the U S Government in the matter, more particularly on account of the non attention with which the Cabinet
received Lord Lyons's remonstrances.
Lord Brougham supported the vessels of the Marquis
Earl Russell expressed his regret at the manner in which Lord Lyons's remonstrances were received, but denied the existence of a casus belli
on account of the enlistments.
He "admitted" that the case was "one of a class which frequently leads to war," but England
had as much reason to come can of the rebels as of the Unionists, for the war was waged with such fury and recklessness in American" that "all remonstrances appeared unavailing."
No progress had been made in the Dane Derman Conference
journals that England
may soon assume a more decided attitude on the question.
It was thought that if she did not do so Mr Disraell
would submit a motion to Parliament which might have the effect of ousting the Palmerston abinet.
The Live pool cotton market on the 11th was Firmer and a little higher for American.
stuffs were dull.
Consols closed at for money.