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Associated Press dispatches. Arrival of the Steamship Australasian at New York. New York, December 29. --The steamship Australasian, from Liverpool 16th instant, has arrived. The message of President Johnson was favorably received, and was regarded as friendly. United States bonds improved after its reception. Financial and commercial. Liverpool, December 16. --Cotton — The sales of the week were eighty thousand bales, including twelve thousand to speculators and twenty-two thousand to exporters. The market opened dull at a decline of ½d., but recovered, closing with an advance of ½ d. on the week. The quotation of Middling Orleans is 21 to 21¼d. The sales on Friday were eight thousand bales, the market closing quiet. The stock in port is three hundred and forty-eight thousand bales including one hundred and twenty-seven thousand bales of American. The Latest. Liverpool, Saturday, P. M. --The sales to-day were ten thousand bales, in
Governor Worth's Dispatch to the President. Washington, December 29. --Governor Worth, of North Carolina, has informed Secretary Seward that he has entered upon the duties of Civil Governor, and assures the President that his earnest desire is to co-operate with him in all measures tending to complete the restoration of harmonious relations between North Carolina and the United States Government.
The Daily Dispatch: December 30, 1865., [Electronic resource], Interesting to Masons — question of invasion of Jurisdiction. (search)
Arrival of Commander Semmes at the Washington navy-yard. Washington, December 29. --Ex-Commander Semmes, of the late Confederate navy, has arrived, under arrest, at the Washington navy-yard.
Loss of the steamer Constitution--forty lives lost. Raleigh, December 29. --We have news here from Morehead City of the loss of the steamer Constitution, from Savannah to New York. Of fifty-four souls on board, all were lost but fourteen of the crew.
New York markets. New York, December 29. --Flour quiet; Southern, $15.25. Wheat firm. Corn quiet. Beef firm. Pork heavy — sales of 7,500 barrels at $29.25@$29.75. Lard firm. Whisky dull. Cotton buoyant at 53 Naval stores dull.--Gold, 145¼
By Johnson's Independent Agency. Additional European News by the Australasian. Sandy Hook, December 29. --The steamships China and Louisiana arrived out on the 15th instant. Liverpool, December 16.--The steamships Caledonia, St. Patrick and Glasgow have arrived from New York. The Paris Bourse closed firm at 63£. 40 for rentes. London, Sunday, December 17.--It is stated that the health of the Queen of Spain is still improving. The King of Belgium was buried yesterdaying takes the oath to-day. It is stated that the Queen of Spain has accepted the mediation of England in Chilian affairs. The trial of Captain McCafferty, the American Fenian, is progressing at Cork. Second Dispatch. New York, December 29. --The bullion in the Bank of England had decreased four hundred and forty-eight thousand two hundred and fourteen pounds stealing during the week. It is stated that Admiral Goldsborough, commanding the United States squadron in Eur
Later from Mexico. Philadelphia, December 29. --The New York Herald's Vera Cruz correspondent of the 13th says: Imperial papers announce that Don Manuelruiz, Judge of the Supreme Court of the Republic, has abandoned Juarez, and protested against the latter continuing to act as President after his constitutional term has expired. Herald's Vera Cruz"> Events at and in the vicinity of Vera Cruz do not indicate any intention on the part of the French to withdraw from the country at an early day, but, on the contrary, are regarded as showing a disposition to contest their occupancy of Mexican territory with the United States. Arrivals of soldiers from France continue--twelve hundred being landed at Very Cruz on the 6th instant, and about three hundred more on the 11th, all of whom were immediately sent into the field. French cannon and other war munitions and supplies were still daily arriving, and the defences of the city are being greatly strengthened, and remount
Arrival of Captain Semmes. Washington, December 29. --Captain Semmes arrived here last night by the train from New York, in charge of a guard of United States Marines, and was at once taken to the navy-yard, where he was placed, temporarily, in a room hastily fitted up in the dispensary building, where a guard was placed over him. Semmes was arrested at his residence, about four miles from Mobile, on the 15th instant, on an order from the Navy Department. He expressed great astonishment, and claimed that the arrest was in violation of his parole. His daughter was violently bitter, and said it was a dirty Yankee trick to arrest her father. He was given until twelve o'clock next day to arrange his family matters; after which he was brought away. On the passage from Mobile to New York he was quite cheerful, expressing his readiness to stand trial, and his belief that the arrest was entirely illegal.
Mysterious disappearance of a Virginian --Schooners Ashore--The Inauguration of the Governor Elect of Maryland to take Place on the 10th of January. Baltimore, December 29. --Joseph P. Bledsoe, a merchant of Staunton, Virginia, stopped at the Maltby House, on Pratt street, on the 13th instant, with a large amount of money about him, intending to purchase goods. He suddenly and mysteriously disappeared on the same night, and has not since been heard of.--It is generally believed that there has been some foul play, resulting in murder and robbery. His partner (C. B. Wood) is here, anxiously looking after him. During the recent heavy fog on the Chesapeake Bay several schooners went ashore and were lost, with valuable cargoes. Hon. Thomas Swann, Governor elect, will be inaugurated on the 10th of January. A grand time is anticipated at Annapolis. His address is anxiously anticipated.
Destructive fire. Providence, R. I., December 29. --A fire broke out in the railroad depot at Groton about 1 o'clock this morning, which destroyed the building and thirty long empty cars and six loaded ones. The flames spread rapidly to the steamer Commonwealth, just arrived from New York, which was heavily loaded with freight, and was so grounded at the wharf that she could not be moored. She was burned to the water's edge, and nothing saved. The flames spread so rapidly and furiously that men on board the steamer barely escaped with their lives. The loss is about one and a half million.
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