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Further from Europe. Below we give the only items of interest per steamer Adriatic, which left Galway on the 5th, and arrived at St. Johns on the 10th, making the passage in five days and eight hours. Over the first, in regard to privateers, the Northern journals raise a prodigious shout; but we have reliable information which assures us that their joy will be short lived. We have good reason for stating that not only England, but France alse, are decidedly favorable to the cause of the Confederate States: Lord John Russell announced in Parliament that the Government had determined to prohibit privateers from bringing prizes into any British port, and that France intended adhering to its law which prohibits privateers from remaining in port over twenty-four hours to dispose of prizes. He also said that England and France had sent propositions to Washington, based on the declarations of the Paris Congress, and that an answer was expected by every mail. The London Times