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Additional by the Canada. The following is additional intelligence by the Canada, from Liverpool on the 3d inst: It was believed in Paris that the object of France in preventing the blockade of Gaeta by sea is merely to facilitate the escape of the King of Naples, and prevent complications which would result from his capture. The French journals offer no explanation of the affair. The Paris Bourse closed firm and animated. Rentes 69f. 35 Italy. The Neapolitans reported the defeat of Gen. Cialdini, without loss, at the river Gariglinano. The official dispatches, however, from Turin, proclaim the report false. The Sardinians were not defeated at all. Capua was attacked on the 1st, and capitulated the following day. The royal troops were to leave with the honors of war, and after laying down their arms they were to go, on the 3d, to Naples. Naples was illuminated in honor of the capitulation of Capua, and there were great rejoicing. The attack