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Four days later from Europe.arrival of the Prince Albert, St. Jones, N. F., March 9. --The Galway Company's steamship, Prince Albert, which left Galway on the evening of Tuesday, Feb. 26th, arrived at this port en route to N. York, at 8 o'clock this morning. The Prince Albert's dates are four days later than those received per steamship North Briton at Portland. The Cunard steamship, Arabia, from New York, arrived at Queenstown on Saturday evening, February 23d. The steamship Niagara sailed from Queenstown on Sunday afternoon, Feb. 14th, at 4 o'clock, for Halifax and Boston. Political news unimportant. The Prince Albert brings no news of the Australasian. Commercial intelligence. Liverpool, February 26th,P. M. --Cotton.--The sales to-day have been 8,000 bales, including 2,000 to speculators and exporters. Messrs. Hewitt & Co. report an advance of ½@3-16 of a penny per cent. since Friday last, the market closing firm at the advance.
Southern Congress. Montgomery, March 8. --Mr. Clayton introduced a bill to establish an Admiralty Court at Key West. Mr. Sharron introduced a resolution inquiring into the condition of the Custom-House at New Orleans. Mr. Conrad introduced a communication proposing a change in the law regulating boats. The Army bill was passed. It was reported that 50,000 men will soon be ready for the field. [Second Dispatch] Montgomery, March 9. --Congress did nothing in public. It is understood that the permanent Constitution will be completed to-night or Monday, and that a recess will follow. The reported announcement of a Commissioner to Europe was premature. It is believed that none will be confirmed until the Conference at Washington has been concluded.
The Alabama Convention. Montgomery, Ala., March 9. --The Convention has adopted an ordinance transferring operations to the Provisional Government, with arms and munitions acquired from the United States; also, transferring authority over the forts and arsenals to the Southern Confederacy.
Sudden death. Norfolk, March 9. --F. O. Winneguist, from Chattanooga, Tenn., was found dead this morning in his room at the Atlantic Hotel. It is supposed that he committed suicide.
Missouri Legislature. St. Louis, March 9. --The lower branch of our State Legislature has passed a joint resolution to-day to go into an election of U. S. Senator on Wednesday next.
The Markets. New York March 9. --Flour dull; sales of 5,500 bbls. to-day at $5@$5.10 for State; $5.40@$5.55 for Ohio, and $5.25@$5.60 for Southern.--Wheat firm; 20,000 bushels sold at $1.18 for Chicago Spring and $1.23 for Milwaukee Club. Corn firm; 20,000 bushels sold at 66 Lard firm at 9¼@10¼. Whiskey dull at 17½. Receipts of Flour 3,670 bbls.; Wheat 1,540 bushs.; Corn 17,700 bushs. Baltimore, March 9. --Flour steady — Ohio $5.12. Wheat dull — red $1.23@1.27; whitd $5.25@$5.60 for Southern.--Wheat firm; 20,000 bushels sold at $1.18 for Chicago Spring and $1.23 for Milwaukee Club. Corn firm; 20,000 bushels sold at 66 Lard firm at 9¼@10¼. Whiskey dull at 17½. Receipts of Flour 3,670 bbls.; Wheat 1,540 bushs.; Corn 17,700 bushs. Baltimore, March 9. --Flour steady — Ohio $5.12. Wheat dull — red $1.23@1.27; white $1.40@1.60.--Corn active — mixed 53@57; yellow 56@59. Provisions dull and unchanged. Coffee firm at 12¼@13. Whis