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ards the Neapolitan fortress of Civitella, on the Trouto, and would commence an immediate attack unless surrendering. The Official Opinione denies the rumored existence of negotiations between Sardinia and Rome. Spain. Spain had agreed with Morocco that the payment of the indemnity, 200,000,000 reals, shall be completed immediately. The customs and duties at Tangiers and Mogadore are to be hypothecated to Spain for remaining indemnity. Austria. It was reported, via Hamburg, that orders had been sent to Trieste to arm at once all sailing vessels of the Austrian navy. They are to be stationed at Zara, Cattoro, Fiume, Ragusa, &c. Twelve gunboats are to be sent to the Guif Guarrero, to watch the coast of Turkey. The Levant Herald says the Hasue Tarius are to be renewed for fourteen years, and also says a general suspension of Galata bankers and merchants is threatened. Latest via Londonderry. London February 22. --The violent gale which swept o
Over thirty emigrant ships due. --There are now more than thirty emigrant ships over-due at New York, some of which have been at sea since the middle of January. Eleven of the number sailed from Liverpool, six from London, and the remainder from Havre, Hamburg and other posts. These long voyages, of course, are owing to the severe weather and contrary winds.