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Naval and military matters. Boston,April 25.--The oath of allegiance to the United States proposition to settle the war. Louisville, April 25. --A proposition has been made by the Gand Washington. Missouri. St. Louis, April 25. --Considerable excitement prevailed ammoreland. Aid from Canada. New York, April 25. --A private letter to a gentleman of t Military movements at the North. Albany, April 25. --Gov. Morgan has issued a proclamatioary for repairing railroads. Trenton, April 25. --All the propellers of the Merchants ebster's regiment. Montpelier, Vt., April 25. --The Governor to-day signed the bill y troops for the Confederacy. Louisville, April 25. --A detachment of Col. Duncan's Regimewn. From the Southwest. New Orleans, April 25. --The steamer Cahawba, of the New Yorke not believed. Ship news. New York, April 25. --Arrived, barks Clara Haxall and Lanc[6 more...]
Arrival of the steamer Asialater from Europe. New York, April 25. #x2014;The steamship Asia has arrived with Liverpool dates to the 14th inst. She brings £8,000 in gold. The Bank rate of discount has been reduced to 5 per cent. The bullion in Bank had been increased £120,000. In the House of Commons, Mr. Foster gave notice that he would move that the House does not desire to express any opinion upon the subject of the new American Confederation, and the Government will not recognize the Confederation without security for the suppression of the slave trade. The American Minister at Rome had been insulted by the troops during the Easter festivities, and threatened to use his revolvers. He afterwards demanded of the Government better protection for the future, or his passport. His demand was complied with. The Pope's health causes uneasiness. Garibaldi's health is improving. A letter from Garibaldi declaring his devotion to the King of Italy, an