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the 26th of last month, which confirms what we yesterday stated relative to a satisfactory settlement of the question which has arisen between the Spanish and the United States Governments in reference to the burning of the English steamer Blanche on the coast of Mariano. According to this correspondence, which, not withstanding its private character, merits our entire reliance, as soon as the illustrious representative of Her Majesty at Washington, Senor Tassara, received (on the 20th of October) the details of the case, which were remitted to him without delay by our watchful chief authority a few days after the occurrence, he visited the Secretary of State on the same day, and read to Mr. Seward the dispatch of His Excellency, the Duke de la Torre, (the Captain-General of Cuba,) in which the facts of the case were stated and the necessary declamation made. Mr. Seward, who, as it seems, had no official knowledge of the matter, assured the Spanish representative in the most ca
Ranaway--$100 reward --From the subscriber, Monday morning, Oct. 20th, my negro man Peter Grant, a shoemaker. He is about 30 years of age; smoked bacon color; 5 feet 8 inches high; rather delicate looking man, is ruptured in the navel. He was seen at the Central railroad depot Tuesday morning, Oct. 21st, and is probably making his way towards Orange county, where he came from. I will pay the above reward for the recovery of the negro, if delivered to me at No. 73 Main st, Richmond, Va. P. K. White. oc 21--2t*
From Charleston. Charleston, Oct. 20. --Nothing new this morning. [second Dispatch.] Charleston, Oct. 20. --Our batteries have kept up a brisk fire upon the Yankees, who appeared in much larger force than usual at Gregg and Wagner.--Another monitor from the North has joined the fleet, making five in all. The Ironsides, for the first time since the attack upon her, steamed around Cumming's Point this afternoon, evidently making a trial of her machinery. Naval officers who , Oct. 20. --Our batteries have kept up a brisk fire upon the Yankees, who appeared in much larger force than usual at Gregg and Wagner.--Another monitor from the North has joined the fleet, making five in all. The Ironsides, for the first time since the attack upon her, steamed around Cumming's Point this afternoon, evidently making a trial of her machinery. Naval officers who watched her closely say she has been considerably lightened, most probably for the purpose of sailing North.
From Gordonsville. Gordonsville, Oct. 20. --One thousand Yankee prisoners, captured last week, are expected here to-night. The Rapidan bridge will be repaired by to-morrow morning.
Ranaway--$100 reward --From the subscriber, Monday morning, Oct. 20th, my negro man Peter Grant, a shoemaker. He is about 30 years of age; smoked bacon color; 5 feet 8 inches high; rather delicate looking man, s ruptured in the navel. He was seen at the Central railroad depot Tuesday morning, Oct. 21st, and is probably making his way towards Orange county, where he came from. I will pay the above reward for the recovery of the negro, if delivered to me at No. 73 Main st, Richmond, Va. P K White. oc 21--2t*
From Mississippi. Meridian, Miss., Oct. 20. --Official information states that the Yankees are rapidly retreating to Big Black, and are being pursued by our cavalry. On their retreat one regiment of the enemy entered Clinton and burned some houses. In the late fight our cavalry made a very stubborn resistance. The conduct of Gen. Wirt Adams in this engagement is highly spoken of. The loss on either side is not reported. President Davis left this afternoon for Enterprise. One hundred and twenty-five Yankee prisoners arrived here last night, going East. They were captured by General Chalmers.
rance did not, the Pays alleges, participate in the negotiations, as France will adhere to every act which satisfies public opinion in Europe, and is in accord with "existing circumstances." The statements of the Vienna press agree in the main with that of the Paris Pays. A large body of Danish troops was to be massed on the Southern frontier of Schleswig. The English fleet, under Admiral Keeper, had arrived off Ragosema, Japan Admiral Keeper, not obtaining the satisfaction he required from the Japanese officials, besieged the city and ultimately levelled it to the ground, leaving its palaces factories, and arsenals, a mass of ruins. On the 21st of October console were steady at 93½ for money, and 91½a91¼ for the account.--The rebel cotton loan had again declined. The Liverpool cotton market continued excited on the 19th and 20th of October, and prices had advanced from one half to one penny per pound. Breadstuffs were steady and quiet. Provisions were steady
We make up an interesting miscellany of foreign news from the latest European, papers: The Presidential Campaign in the United States--British Opinion of Lincoln's Policy and Atseppect. [from the London times, Oct. 20.] But the four years tenure of office is not the only feature of the American Constitution that will be put to the proof next year. It will give the whole Constitution an opportunity of showing its the strength or its weakness. The appeal will its to the American people — that is, the portion still comprised in the Federal lines. The chief subject of that appeal will be the wisdom of prosecuting the war with a determination to subjugate the South at all risks and at any cost. There will also be another question before the people — a question which may not only acquire fresh force from the events of the next twelvemonth, but which may even now cast into the shade the choice between peace and war. That minor but perhaps more prominent at question is
Gaming house. --John A. Worsham was before the Mayor yesterday to answer the charge of Keeping a gaming house in the building known as Corinthian Hall, anterior to the passage of the new gaming law on the 16th of October. When this house was searched, on the 20th of October, ivory chips and cards were found on the premises, but no boxes or other tools generally used in faro banks. Worsham denied the proprietorship of the house, and when the case was called yesterday Mr. Joseph P. Jones, the owner of the building, testified that he rented the house to Worshant more than two years ago; that twelve months ago last spring Worsham leased it to Streat, by his consent, W. being security for the payment; that he had always collected the rent of W., but that he had no legal claim on W. for it other than as security. At the instance of the defendant's counsel the investigation was adjourned till Tuesday next.
hievements, holds out promises for the future, appeals, menaces, and concludes by leaving on his hearers the desired impression that in every matter of peace or war, in the construction of a railway or the establishment of an empire, there is only one master in France, and that is Napoleon III. The English press generally find little to commend in the Emperor's recommendations. He is "bewildered." The Paris journals generally applaud the speech. The London Gazette publishes a dispatch from Earl Russell, dated October 20, addressed to the British Ambassador at St. Petersburg. It is short, and commences by stating that her Majesty's Government have no wish to prolong the correspondence with the Russian Cabinet for the mere purpose of controversy, and concludes by asserting that "the Emperor of Russia has special obligations with regard to Poland, and that the lights of Poland are contained in the same instrument which constitutes the Emperor of Russia King of Poland.
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