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Four days Later from Europe.arrival of the City of Manchester. Cape Race Station, Nov. 17. --The steamship City of Manchester, from Liverpool 6th inst., via Queenstown 7th, passed the point at half-past 5 o'clock yesterday (Saturday) evening. She was boarded by the news yacht of the Associated Press, and the news dispatches obtained. She had stor my and northerly winds. The Convention between France, England, and Spain, for intervention in Mexico, was signed in London on the 31st October. Active preparations were making, and a letter had been received saying that three-decked men-of-war will be sent to Mexico. There was a surmise of ulterior demonstration The London Times editorially condemns Secretary Seward's dispatch to Lord Lyons, and maintains the right of foreign Governments to call attention to a constitutional provision. It also ridicules Mr. Seward's manifesto to the Governors of the States, relative to fortifications, &c. In another column the Lon
land gave up the conditions which she wished to have inserted in the treaty, namely: that the three powers should pledge themselves not to accept the throne of Mexico for any Princes of their reigning families. If a monarchical form of government prevails, the three powers pledge themselves not to use their intervention to the point of any Prince in particular. The Patric says the contingent force of France will number 8,000. Great Britain. The frigate Warifor has arrived at Queenstown, after a sea trial trip, in which she realized the highest expectations. It is reported that her speed reached seventeen knots per hour, under steam and canvas. The London Times treats, in an editorial, on the ill feeling of the North towards England, and its groundlessness. It says: "We shall, nevertheless, continue to express our conviction that secession has destroyed the Federal Union, and that to which ever side victory inclines, its reconstruction on the old basis is imp