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Later from Europe.arrival of the Prince Albert. St. Johns, Nov. 4. --The Prince Albert, which left Galway on the 23d, arrived at St. Johns Friday night. The North American had arrived out. The Neapolitans voted almost unanimously for annexation. The Royal Meeting was progressing at Warsaw. The Duke of Richmond was dead. The Gazette de Lyons had been suppressed for incessant appeals for agitation. It was reported that Garibaldi would be offered a rank of Prince and General after annexation was effected. The Sardians had beaten a corps of the Neapolitans, taken 800 prisoners, and captured a portion of artillery. It was reported that Garibaldi's ships had been captured by Spanish and Austrian ships. It was said that Austria had given positive assurance that she will not draw sword unless Rome is attacked. The Galway company had ordered two new steamers. Commercial. Cotton — Sales for Monday amounted to 10,000 bales, and the