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l on the 30th ult., has arrived. Warlike rumors come from Italy and Denmark. Lord Palmerston, in a speech to his constituents, adverted to the American crisis, and expressed a fervent hope of adjustment, saying let the issue be what it may it should be arrived at by amicable means. Warlike rumors continued in circulation in Paris, oppressing the court. The concentration of Austrian troops attracted considerable attention, although it was asserted that the movement was purely defensive. It was vaguely rumored that Lord Cowley had demanded from France Government explanations respecting the expedition to Abyssinia and the annexation of some territory at Adowles. The discussion of the Roman question had closed in the Italian Chambers. Count Cavour, reiterated the urgent necessity for declaring Rome the Capital of Italy. He offered a resolution to that effect, and providing for a new Convention with France was adopted. Commercial. Markets unchanged.