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igh. England The weather was fine for the crops, causing a decline in breadstuffs, while cotton was in active demand at steady prices. In the House of commons the bill for the abolition of the church rates was lost through the casting vote of the speaker. Mrs. Smith O'Brien died at Limerick on the 15th. M.Blondin had made his second provincial ascent at Bradford, Yorkshire, in presence of a large assembly. The American ship Peter Marcy, from New Orleans, passed Spithead and stood out to the southward for Havre, with the flag of the Confederate States flying from the peak. English Views of American affairs. The London Times, in an article speculating upon the probable course of events in America, says: "With whichever side victory may rest, the battle is likely to be a hard one, and though the main effort of the Washington Government may be postponed till the close of the year, it is probable that much blood will be shed within the limits of