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Arrival of the Angle-Saxen.

Farther Point, June 25.
--The steamship Anglo-Saxon has passed here, on her way to Quebec, with Liverpool dates to Friday, the 14th instant. Her advices have been anticipated by the arrival of the steamer Europa at Halifax.

The following weekly report of the Liverpool cotton market is not included in the dispatch by the Europa:

Liverpool, June 14.--The sales of cotton for the week have been 57,000 bales, of which speculators took 6,500 bales, and exporters 7,500 bales. The market closed quiet. Inferior grades had declined 5/8d., and were firmer, with an improved demand. The sales on Friday were 10,000 bales, including 2,000 bales to speculators and exporters.

New Orleans fair 8 5/8, middlings 7-15-16; Mobiles fair 8¼ middlings 7 5/8; Uplands fair 8 ¼, middlings 7 5/8.

The stock in port is 1,130,000 bales, of which 872,000 are American.

London--The Bullion in the Bank of England has increased £71,000; the Bank of France is nearly 20,000,000 francs.

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