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The very latest. Fredericksburg, May 10. --Northern papers of the 7th and 9th instant have been received. The latest European dates received represent that a war with England seems imminent, growing out of the seizures of British vessels trading to Mexico. An angry debate has taken place, and Earl Russell has characterized certain conduct of Mr. Adams as unwarranted and refused to communicate with him, sending his dispatches directly to the Cabinet at Washington. Some three hundred vessels are ordered to get ready for sea in view of the complications likely to arise. The news of the defeat at Charleston has caused great excitement at London and Paris. Harrisburg, May 8.--The following dispatch was received this morning from Washington: "The President and General-in-Chief have just returned from the army of the Potomac. "The principal operation of Gen'l Hooker failed, but there has been no serious disaster to the organization or efficiency of the
Advertiser says the steamer North American, at that port from Liverpool, has brought seventeen American captains of merchantmen, eleven of whom sold their ships abroad on account of immense war risks, and two of whom were ship wrecked. The London Times remarks that in one of the latest American ministerial dispatches the opinion is expressed that the officers of the Federal navy are inferior to Southern commanders; the misgivings, continues the Times, exchanged between Mr. Seward and Mr. Adams, are not unfounded. By exhausting the means of constructing fifty Alabamans in fitting out old worthless vessels, the Times says, the mercantile marine of the North swims the ocean as defenceless against two ships of the enemy as a school of herrings chased by two sharks. The North might have been supplied with ten times the number furnished the Confederates. The Times says that although the British furnished the Alabama and Florida, the Confederates did not buy Captain Semmes o