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get before the Holstein Chambers. Count Cavour had brought to the notice of the Italian Legislature the necessity of settling the Roman question. The demand for discount in the London market had increased. The London Times says the new Tariff bill of the U. States establishes protective duties on the most extravagant scale, and the result will be an almost absolute prohibition on imports from Europe, more detrimental to America than to Europe. In the French Legislature, M. Boissy made an attack on the alliance with England, but it was received with dissatisfaction. Austria has sanctioned the re-establishment of an electoral law in Croatia. The bombardment of Antilla, Italy, commenced on the 20th. Commercial. Liverpool., March 6. --Cotton — sales for two days of 35,000 bales, including 17,000 to speculators. --The news from America caused an advance of ½ on Uplands and 1-16 on other kinds. The market on Tuesday closed with an upward tendency.
ion on the address war resumed in the Senate on the 24th ultimo, M Troplong exhorted the Senators to preserve a conciliatory and moderate tone in the debates. M. de Boissy regretted that France had assisted England in revenging herself on the Chinese. He was of opinion that the money expended in the Crimea and in Italy would have been better applied towards a descent upon England. M. Billault regretted the remarks of M de Boissy. Language of that description between two great nations, equally proud, equally sensitive upon the point of honor, was a misfortune. He thought it useless to revive French animosity towards England, when the policy of the Emperty of St. Vincent de Paul. The debate was adjourned. On the 25th the discussion was continued. Prince Napoleon protested against the expressions used by M. de Boissy. He said:--"In the Senate the standard of the younger branch has been raised in opposition to that of the older branch. I protested last year against similar