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proposed to give them a pension. France The Herald's Paris correspondent says the Government had contracted with private shipbuilders for the immediate construction of one hundred and fifty iron-cased steam gunboats, to mount a single rifle in the bow and draw small draft of water. It is reported that Mr. Whitworth had contracted to supply the French with any number of his rifles at four pounds each. Commercial. London Corn Market--The supply of foreign Grain was moderate. The weather was dry and cold: English and foreign wheat cold pretty well, at Monday's prices. Floating cargoes were offered at full rates, and if sellers would only wait a little, the coast would soon be clear. Flour sold fully as well. Indian Corn was up to 48s. Oats 6d. dearer. Liverpool Corn Market. Friday,--Unusual attendance of the trade. Wheat in good consumptive demand, at Tuesday's prices. Indian Corn strong, and improved 13s. 6d. per quarter; no good offering under 48s.
The Americans in Garibaldi's army. --We recently announced that amongst the volunteers who went out from England to join Garibaldi, was General Wheat. In a letter from General Avezzana to a friend in New York, dated Maildaloni, Oct. 16, we find mention of four other Americans as being attached to his (Gen. Avezzana's) staff — namely, Chas. Carroll Hicks, of Columbus, Ohio; Frank Maney, of Nashville, Tenn.; Henry N. Spencer, Jr., of Pennsylvania; and Alfred Van Benthuysen, of New Orleans, La. They all had the good fortune to be present at the battle of Caserta, and the General speaks of their conduct in the highest terms.
p of existing troubles. Sales in New York,Nov. 12th, of $13,000 Va. 6's at 86½; $15,000 do. at 87; $4,000 do. at 87, and $17,000 N. C. 6's at 93. Northern Markets--[by Telegraph.] Baltimore,Nov. 13.--Flour has declined 5 to 10 cents; Wheat 1 to 2; Corn has a downward tendency, and 1 cent lower. Provisions dull. Whiskey dull at 21 cents. New York,"11-13.>Nov. 13.--Cotton steady-- Orleans Middling 11½ Flour lower — Southern $5,60@ 5.90. Wheat 1@2 cents lower — Southern White -- Orleans Middling 11½ Flour lower — Southern $5,60@ 5.90. Wheat 1@2 cents lower — Southern White $1,50; Western $1,58. Corn lower — Mixed 68 cts. Work heavy --Mess $18,95@19,12; new small lots $19,75. Whiskey dull and unsettled; holders asking 20½1@21. Sugars heavy — Muscovado 6@7. Coffee steady. Turpentine and Rosin dull. Rice firm--4 ¼@4 ¾.--There was a panic in Stocks this forenoon, but at the close there was a better feeling — New York Central's 70½, Virginia's 8
Land and Slaves in the county of Amelia, for Sale privately. --The devisees of John H. Steger, dec'd, offer for sale privately a valuable Tract of Land, lying on the Appomattox river, in the county of Amelia, five miles from Mattoax Depot, on the Richmond and Danville Railroad, containing, by estimation, 1,000 acres. The land is admirably adapted to the production of Corn, Wheat and Tobacco, and the tract is regarded as one of the best in the county. If desired, it will be divided into two tracts. The neighborhood is most excellent. Possession will be delivered at once; the devisees reserving the right to cultivate and gather the growing crops, if a satisfactory arrangement cannot be made with the purchaser to take then. The purchaser of the land, if he desires them for his own use, can also purchase a large number of valuable Slaves. The terms will be made accommodating. Apply to William E. Meade or John S. Hardaway, Chula Depot, Amelia; or to R. W. Steger, Mattoax Depot,