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Further from South America. American Affairs at Peru----Terrible Accident----The Revolution in Bolivia, &c. The steamship Northern Light, which sailed from Aspinwall on the 25th ult., arrived at New York Friday morning, with $1,241,939 in gold. Peru — Awful Accident. The ultimatum (says the correspondent of the Panama Star) of the Cabinet at Washington has been at last presented, and on Saturday evening, the Peruvian Government answered it, refusing to settle the following claims:--The Lizzie Thompson, Georgiana and Sartoria claim. This last claim is one which no sensible person ever thought that the United States Government would even listen to, much less try and urge its payment; there can be but one term applied to it, and that is "infamous" The Peruvian Government have in its possession proofs against this claim of a most damning character, with some curious facts as to how such claims are made, but they are urged, and then the division of spoils. The refus