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n every form, and absolute non-intervention in the domestic affairs of foreign nations, are cardinal principles in the policy of the United States. You have therefore justly expected that the President would disavow and regret the proceedings at Bahia. He will suspend Captain Collius and direct him to appear before a court-martial. The Consulate of Bahia admits that he advised and incited the captain, and was active in the proceedings. He will therefore be dismissed. The flag of BrazilBahia admits that he advised and incited the captain, and was active in the proceedings. He will therefore be dismissed. The flag of Brazil will receive from the United States navy the honor customary in the intercourse of friendly maritime powers. The Secretary says it is not to be understood, however, that this Government admits or gives credit to the charges of falsehood, treachery and deception which are brought against the captain and consul. These charges are denied on the authority of the accused. Miscellaneous. Gold was quoted in New York on Saturday at 226½. John C. Brune, a prominent merchant of Balti