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Later from the North. We have received Northern papers to the 8th inst. The steamship Golden Gate, of San Francisco, was burnt off Manzanilla, on the 21st ult., and 180 of her passengers lost their lives. Since the drafting order, large numbers of citizens of Baltimore are leaving for Europe. A letter from there, dated the 7th, in the Philadelphia Inquirer, says: The British Consul's office in this city continues to be pressed upon by a dense and excited crowd of foreigners, anxious to obtain certificates of their being English subjects. The passage ways leading to it are filled all day, or at least, during office hours. As the Consul himself, Mr. Bernal, is reputed to be quite a strong Secessionist, I presume it will afford him pleasure to accommodate his John Bull brethren to exemption papers. It might not be amiss to look into this business with a scrutinizing eye. Without designing to compliment the patriotism and bravery of many of our young men and citizens