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little favorable to Gen. Prim. The documents relative to Mexican affairs were laid on the table of the Chamber of Deputies on the 3d of June. Great Britain. At the request of the Atlantic Telegraph Company the Admiralty had ordered the steamer Porcupine to prepare to take soundings. She would be ready in about ten days. Mr. Scully had given notice in the Commons of a motion in favor of establishing communication between Europe and America by steamers every alternate day at Cork, with telegraphic communication off Crook haven or Cape Clear; but postponed the motion, in the hope of laying additional facts before the Houses, and that in the meantime members would give the matter their attention. Both Houses had adjourned for a week, in consequence of the Whitsun holidays. The freedom of the city of London had been voted to Lord Canning for his services in India. The race for the "Oaks" was won by Feu de Joie. France. The Empress Eugenie was expe