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The Daily Dispatch: December 19, 1865., [Electronic resource], Court of conciliation — Sine die Adjournment. (search)
From Europe. Portland, Me, December 18. --The steamer Peruvian, from Liverpool on the 8th instant, has arrived. O'Leary, the Fenian, has been sentenced to twenty years transportation. He protested his innocence. Lord Russell is preparing a reform bill. The Shenandoah put back to Liverpool on account of stormy weather. Cotton during the week has declined one-quarter — sales, 99,000 bales. Breadstuffs steady and unchanged. Consols, 87¼. Additional by the Peruvian. O'Leary, the Fenian, after the rendition of a verdict of guilty, made a speech denying that he was a traitor and declaring that he owed no allegiance to the Queen of England nor obedience to the British laws. In Liverpool, the sales of cotton to speculators were 25,000 bales; to exporters, 28,000 bales. The sales on the day the Peruvian sailed were 7,000 bales--market closing quiet and steady. Breadstuffs quiet but steady. Consols for money, 87¼@87⅝. Decrease of bullion in the Ba<
Later from Europe — Arrival of the steamship Peruvian. Portland, December 18. --The steamship Peruvian has arrived with five days later news from Europe. The Shenandoah put back to Liverpool on the 6th instant on account of heavy gales. O'Leary, the Fenian, was found guilty of treason. He made a speech denying that he was a traitor, and declared that he owed no allegiance to the Queen nor obedience to British laws. He was sentenced to twenty years penal servitude. Indications are increasing of Premier Russell's purpose to introduce a reform bill at the next session of Parliament. Financial and Commercial. Liverpool, December 7. --Cotton — The sales of the week amount to 99,000 bales. The market opened buoyant and closed quiet at an advance of ¼@½d. on the week, which, however, was partially lost. The sales on Friday were 7,000 bales, the market closing quiet and steady. London, December 7.--Consols for money closed at 87¼@87¾. The