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Later from Europe. arrival of the Bremen at New York and North America at Farther Point. The New York Herald, of the 16th inst., publishes the arrival from Europe of the Bremen steamship Bremen, Captain Wessels, arrived at this port at 6 o'clock last evening, from Bremen and Southampton, with the mails, passengers, and cargo. She left Southampton on the 2d of October. The Bremen brings $36,950 in specie. The Bremen brings files of European papers to the 2d inst., whicderry on the afternoon of Friday, the 4th inst., passed Farther Point yesterday at 3 o'clock, on route to Quebec. She has 75 cabin and 163 steerage passengers, and has experienced strong westerly winds the whole passage. The news by the North America is one day later than that by the Glasgow. It is stated that Lord Monck is not among the passengers by the North American. The Duke of Argyle has succeeded Lord Stanley, of Alderly, the last Minister in attendance upon her Majesty.