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Further from Europe. the New Confederate loan — more Captures by the Alabama. The advices by the Canada, to the 22d ult., have arrived. The following is a summary of the news: Great Britain. The ship Washington, from Calls, for Antwerp, sized by the pirate Alabama, had been released on a bond for $50,000, and landed the crews of the following vessels destroyed by the private, viz: Golden Eagle, Olive Jane, and Palmetto, at Southampton. The Confederate loan has been very successful. The bidding closed on the 21st ult., and the total is expected to exceed $15,000,000. On Saturday, after official hours, the loan was quoted at premium. The Confederate loan would close on the after noon of the 21st, the bids having greatly exceeded the amount needed particularly in London. The report says that the applications in Liverpool were not very heavy and there was considerable diversity of opinion there as to the merits of the scheme. Paris telegrams say