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n an article on Italian affairs, published in the Patriæ and copied into the Moniteur, is a paragraph which insinuates that the Southern American States will succeed in establishing a separate Republic. The Neapolitan towns of San Mario and Vegriano having revolted, were taken by storm and burned. Latest. New York, July 1. --The latest commercial, financial and political intelligence from Europe was brought by the steamship Etna. The sales of cotton at Liverpool on Thursday, June 19th, were 8,000 bales, of which exporters and speculators took 2,000 bales.--The market closed quiet, but steady, Manchester dull. Breadstuffs and provisions were dull. At London, consols closed at 89¼ a 89Ȃ for money, and 90 a 90Ȃ for account. The English House of Commons has rejected the bill for the abolition of the Church rates. The ship Medford had been condemned at Fayal. The Etna brought out £336,000. The general news from Europe is not importan