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The Daily Dispatch: January 25, 1861., [Electronic resource], Foreign News by the
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The New mail agent. --Mr. F. W. Bruce, the newly appointed mail agent on the Orange and Alexandria Railroad, accompanied by Postmaster Ashby, of this city, went up the road yesterday morning, in charge of the U. S. Mail.--Alexandria Gazette, April 2.
Later from Europe.arrival of the New York. New York, April 2. --The steamer New York, from Liverpool on the 20th ult., arrived to-day. The London Times, commenting on Lincoln's Inaugural, says its expressions are studiously cautious, but really amount to the fact, that he will recapture the Southern forts and citadels. Commercial. Liverpool, March 20. --Cotton — sales for two days of 32,000 bales; advanced ¼@1. Market closed active and buoyant. Flour quiet and steady.--Wheat do. Corn steady. Provisions quiet. Sugar and coffee quiet. Rice steady. Rosin dull at 4¼d. Consols unchanged
The Daily Dispatch: April 3, 1861., [Electronic resource], Evening session. (search)
From Pensacola.Reinforcements — the Seizure of St. Domingo--France-Spanish Designs on Mexico. Montgomery, Ala., April 2. --W. H. Ward, editor of the "Key of the Gulf," has arrived here from Pensacola. He states that on the 25th ult., the steamer Gen. Rusk arrived at Key West with 200 troops for Fort Taylor, and 100 for Fort Jefferson, Tortugas. The United States steamer Crusader, Lieut. Craven, had reached Key West with marines. The United States frigate Brooklyn was going into Key West, on the 16th. There was no doubt she had left her troops at Fort Pickens. The Texas Commissioners stipulated that the Rusk's troops should be landed at New York, and the commander of the three companies on board of her signed a paper exonerating Capt. Smith, of the Rusk, from any blame for the deception. By an arrival at Key West, on the 26th ult., It was reported that the Spanish flag had been hoisted at St. Domingo by the French and Spaniards. The Spanish President ha
The U. S. Loan. Washington, April 2. --The U. S. Government loan of $8,000,000 was taken to-day at an average of about 93½. Nearly $30,000,000 were bid for. [second Dispatch.] Washington, April 2. --The following are the principal successful bidders for the loan : In New York: Bank of Commerce, $2,500,000; Drexel & Co. $1,000,000; E. Whitehouse, Son & Morrison, $400,000; James Gallatin, $150,000; Bank of America, $500,000; Ocean Bank, $100,000; Bank of North America, April 2. --The following are the principal successful bidders for the loan : In New York: Bank of Commerce, $2,500,000; Drexel & Co. $1,000,000; E. Whitehouse, Son & Morrison, $400,000; James Gallatin, $150,000; Bank of America, $500,000; Ocean Bank, $100,000; Bank of North America, $250,000; Marie & Katz, $180,000; Bliss, Williams & Co., $100,000; John A. Dix, $25,000; J. W. Walcot & Co., Boston, $300,000; Sweney, Ritterhouse, Faut & Co., Washington, $150,000. There was no bid below 93 18-100, which will be successful. A considerable amount will be taken at 94 and par. About $27,000,000 was bid for.
Political. Washington, April 2. --Gen. Joe Lane writes to a friend here that he goes to Oregon to urge the Democracy there to adopt the Constitution of the Confederate States as their platform.
Connecticut election. Hartford, Conn., April 2. --The Republicans have elected their State ticket by an increased majority. They also carried the 1st and 3rd Congressional Districts, but lost the 2nd. The 4th is not heard from.