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From Brazil. --Brazil news is to the 2d instant from Rio Janeiro, by the steamer North America, which arrived yesterday. There had been no further fighting, but the Brazilian army was suffering much from sickness. The scheme of emigration from our late rebel States was being pushed forward. The agents of the affair had selected a site for a town near Araguaia, in the Province of San Paulo, near the Rio Tete, an important affluent of the Parana. We judge this location to be about four hundred miles west of Rio Janeiro. A tract of eight million acres of unoccupied public land had been selected, and the rush of Confederates was expected to begin forthwith. The location seems to be just under the tropic of Capricorn, corresponding to the latitude of Cuba. The birthday of the Emperor was fitly celebrated on the day the steamer left, on which occasion the Emperor released a number of prisoners. The Brazilian fleet was still at Corrientes, on the Parana.
Dakotah Territory. --Both branches of the Legislature of Dakotah Territory were organized on the 5th instant by the election of George Stickney, of Union county, as President of the Council, and G. B. Bigelow, of Clay, as Speaker of the House of Representatives. The oath was administered to the members of the House by Hon. J. P. Kidder. The message of Governor Edmunds was delivered.
ned Juarez, and protested against the latter continuing to act as President after his constitutional term has expired. Herald's Vera Cruz"> Events at and in the vicinity of Vera Cruz do not indicate any intention on the part of the French to withdraw from the country at an early day, but, on the contrary, are regarded as showing a disposition to contest their occupancy of Mexican territory with the United States. Arrivals of soldiers from France continue--twelve hundred being landed at Very Cruz on the 6th instant, and about three hundred more on the 11th, all of whom were immediately sent into the field. French cannon and other war munitions and supplies were still daily arriving, and the defences of the city are being greatly strengthened, and remounted with the heaviest and most improved guns. The work is being carried on secretly — principally at night. The bearer of dispatches from the Mexican capital was in Vera Cruz on the 13th instant, on his way to Washington.
y — they have no hope of health if they can read the sign on their domicil. "'We have been spoken to frequently concerning the religion of Christ, some of whose early missionaries our grand papas have digested. I asked to see the temple. They carried me to a place where they sell old breeches and waistcoats. [This was probably the old Temple prison.] If Christ drove the sellers of merchandise from the temple, they have not only returned, but have built themselves iron shops for the purpose of remaining a long time. "'The citizens promenade on Sundays in the Garden of Plants, so-called because it contains chiefly animals. The street called Peace is the noisiest of all. The surprises of your Majesty will be infinite.' "'Her Majesty, with her ebony smiles and pearls in her nostrils, will be the lioness of the season. The handsome and witty men will flock around her to pay their court. It is to be hoped that she will not find some of them too much to her taste. "
ered the first messenger who bore it to them, and an interpreter in the service of Government has also fallen a victim to their savagery. There is a rumor of a Garibaldian corps being formed at Genoa. The General himself remains at Caprera, and enjoys moderate health. Queen Emma of Hawaii has gone to Hyeres. About twenty thousand dollars have been raised during her visit to England for the Hawaiian Mission. The King and Queen of Portugal arrived in Paris on the evening of the 10th, on their way to England, and slept at the Grand Hotel. The death of the King of the Belgians prevented their visit to Compeigne and the Tuileries. The Mexican question — the Beginning of the end.[Correspondence London Observer (Ministerial), December 10.] The Empress Charlotte has left Mexico for Europe en route by Yucatan. The French Emperor is apprehensive lest Maximilian should shortly follow his consort, and has prevailed on Senor Hidalgo, the Mexican Minister in Paris, to proc
oned Juarez, and protested against the latter continuing to act as President after his constitutional term has expired. Herald's Vera Cruz"> Events at and in the vicinity of Vera Cruz do not indicate any intention on the part of the French to withdraw from the country at an early day, but, on the contrary, are regarded as showing a disposition to contest their occupancy of Mexican territory with the United States. Arrivals of soldiers from France continue--twelve hundred being landed at Very Cruz on the 6th instant, and about three hundred more on the 11th, all of whom were immediately sent into the field. French cannon and other war munitions and supplies were still daily arriving, and the defences of the city are being greatly strengthened, and remounted with the heaviest and most improved guns. The work is being carried on secretly — principally at night. The bearer of dispatches from the Mexican capital was in Vera Cruz on the 13th instant, on his way to Washington.
all who are or may be arrested for Fenianism, who are not provident enough to afford the means of sustenance themselves, and that even respectable farmers are coerced to contribute to the fund. I merely give the tone of sentiment and the feeling which pervades in the provinces, which is too distinct not to be observed by parties in the habit of travelling among the people in the country districts. Another Conviction and sentence. The trial of Jeremiah O'Donnavan was commenced on the 11th. He dispensed with the assistance of counsel and cross-questioned the witnesses himself with much point and ability, but without shaking their testimony. He pronounced the trial a legal farce. On the 12th, the entire day was occupied by O'Donnavan in his address to the jury in his own defence. He commenced at the opening of the court, and did not desist until after six o'clock in the evening. There was nothing remarkable in his address, a large portion of it being the reading of editoria
the tone of sentiment and the feeling which pervades in the provinces, which is too distinct not to be observed by parties in the habit of travelling among the people in the country districts. Another Conviction and sentence. The trial of Jeremiah O'Donnavan was commenced on the 11th. He dispensed with the assistance of counsel and cross-questioned the witnesses himself with much point and ability, but without shaking their testimony. He pronounced the trial a legal farce. On the 12th, the entire day was occupied by O'Donnavan in his address to the jury in his own defence. He commenced at the opening of the court, and did not desist until after six o'clock in the evening. There was nothing remarkable in his address, a large portion of it being the reading of editorial articles from the Irish People newspaper. He insisted that he had done nothing criminal; asserted that his case had outraged all law, and gave it as his opinion that Ireland would never be free without fig
Mysterious disappearance in Baltimore of a Virginia merchant. --On the 13th instant, Mr. John P. Bledsoe, merchant, of Staunton, Va., registered at the Malthy House, having in his possession a large amount of money, intended for the purchase of goods, since which time nothing has been seen or heard of him. His partner in business, Mr. C. B. Wood, is now in this city endeavoring to learn something of him, but thus far without avail. His bed was not disturbed at the Malthy, and his baggage still remains there. There are speculations of course as to his disappearance, one of which is that he has been made away with for the money which is known to have been on his person.--Sun.
McCafferty, the American Fenian, is progressing at Cork. Second Dispatch. New York, December 29. --The bullion in the Bank of England had decreased four hundred and forty-eight thousand two hundred and fourteen pounds stealing during the week. It is stated that Admiral Goldsborough, commanding the United States squadron in European waters, will establish his winter quarters at Villafranca, near Nice. The Fenian Special Commission adjourned its sittings at Dublin on the 13th, and commenced in Cork the following day. The trial of McCafferty, late a captain in the Confederate army, is progressing. Strong precautions have been taken to maintain peace in Cork. The Cork Herald alludes to the recent departure of skilful pilots for America as an evidence of contemplated naval operations by the Fenians. The Times says the passage in President Johnson's message which concerns England ought to be read in a friendly spirit. The Morning Post says it evinces a des
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