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Later from Europe. Five days later European intelligence (to the 30th September) is received: The London Times concedes one success to General Grant, in his having compelled General Lee to move his position at Richmond. Console closed in London on the 30th of September at 87 548 to 87 3 4 for money. The Confederate cotton loan fell from six and a half to eight per cent in London on the receipt of the news of Early's defeat by Sheridan. The recent advance in the rate ofon the 30th of September at 87 548 to 87 3 4 for money. The Confederate cotton loan fell from six and a half to eight per cent in London on the receipt of the news of Early's defeat by Sheridan. The recent advance in the rate of interest by the Bank of France produced a very unfavorable effect on the trade and manufactures of the Empire.--Breadstuffs had fallen, and there was a feeling of general discontent in commercial circles in Paris. The Liverpool cotton market experienced a decline ranging from one half of a penny on American to two-pence on other descriptions during the week ending on the 29th of September. On the 30th ultimo, the market closed dull, with quotations unchanged. There was a slight advance in
Casualties. Lists of the casualties in McGowan's (South Carolina), Lane's (North Carolina), and Davis's (Mississippi) brigades, at Jones's farm, near Petersburg, on September 30th and October 1st, 2d and 3d, have been received at the Army Intelligence office. Also, the casualties in Bushrod Johnson's division, in the trenches before Petersburg, for the months of August and September.--Also, the casualties in Bratton's (South Carolina) brigade in the assault on Battery Harrison, September 30th, 1864.
Cast Allies. The casualties of Cook's, Archer's and McRae's brigades, Heth's division, in the engagements of September 30th and October 1st, have been received at the Army Intelligence office.
dispatch to Mr. A. Dudley Mann, Confederate agent at Brussels, undertakes to enlighten them by an analysis of the Yankee financial condition derived from the statements of their own Treasury Department. It is remarkably clear, comprehensive and pointed, and, if translated into German and widely circulated, cannot, we should think, fail to startle the Teutonic race. It appears from the statements of the United States Treasury Department that the interest on the public debt, on the 30th of September last, was $81,778,648, exceeding by rather more than five millions the whole revenue of the United States in 1860, when they were all in the Union. That revenue at that time was but $76,752,088. The tables of the United States Treasury Department show that this debt is at this moment increasing at the rate of $2,215,000 per diem, having attained that rate from $1,962,000 per diem in the course of two hundred days, and that the rate of increase in still advancing, the whole increase ha
rinceton, Massachusetts, last week, there were present Mrs. Powers, aged ninety-eight, her daughter from Leominster, and her grand- daughter, great-grand daughter and her great-grandson — in all, five generations. One of the uncles usually found only in novels has lately died in Ireland, leaving two nieces, now in a convent school in France, a fortune of one million pounds sterling. The eighty-first in the group of asteroids was discovered by Mr. Tempel, of Marseilles, on the 30th of September, in the constellation Pisces. Captain Pike, a son of General Albert Pike, was, some time since, captured with seven of his men, and killed after they had surrendered. Twins are becoming fashionable at Bridgeport, Connecticut. One physician announces four cases within the last ten or twelve days. The new capital of Italy, Florence, is to be fortified at a cost of thirty millions of francs. About $36,000 are weekly expended in New York at the leading places of amusemen
authority to remove such as may be thought fit beyond the limits of the State. There is a great necessity for some such measure, and I hope it will engage your early attention. The Financial condition of the State. The report of the Auditor of Public Accounts shows that the revenue standing to the credit of the Commonwealth proper, on the 1st day of October last, amounted to5,416,734.87 The same officer estimates receipts into the treasury during the fiscal year ending 30th of September next, from the several sources of revenue, at4,612,010.00 Making a total sum of10,028,744.87 He estimates that the disbursements during the same period will be21,509,090.61 Leaving a deficiency of$14,480,345.74 Conclusion. I have now, gentlemen of the Assembly, frankly presented to you my views upon all measures to which I deem it necessary to invite your attention. I cannot hope that you will concur with me entirely; but no measure has been suggested which, after careful c
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