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omatique has published a dispatch to the French Minister at Vienna, containing proposals for guaranteeing Austria against eventualities in case Russia refuses to adopt the course suggested by the allies in reference to Poland. it is dated in June last. A great number of important arrests are reported in Warsaw, including forty members of the municipality. The Saxon Consul has been confined to his house and his effects sealed up. Numerous engagements and the dispersal of some strong insurgent hands are reported. The Nord says there is no truth in the report that Russia is building war vessels in the Black Sea and that her relations with Turkey have been disturbed. Liverpool cotton Market. Liverpool, Monday. Oct. 26. --Cotton buoyant, and advanced ¼d; sales to-day 15,000 bales, of which speculators and exporters took 8,000 bales. Latest by telegraph. Liverpool, Tuesday, Oct. 27. --Cotton — Sales to-day 15,000 bales. Market still advancing.
the Confederate fleet. A letter from Cape Town, Cape of Good Hope, says that the Yankee ship Sea Bride, captured by the Alabama, had been sold to a merchant at Manritius. That part of her cargo which had been landed at Cape Town was being sued for by the Yankee Consul there. A letter from that place, dated December the 19th, says: The Mohican arrived here on the 11th inst, and sailed again on the 18th. While she was here the news arrived that the Alabama was at Anjier, October 26, and had burned a fine barque near that place on the 6th November. Her rendezvous and coaling-station was at Christmas Island, near the Straits of Sunda. The Governor sent for Mr. Anderson, of the firm of Anderson, Saxon & Co., a few days ago, to see if he had no demands to make for redress for the coal taken by the Vanderbilt at Penguin Island; but he answered no, and said that his bill had been sent to Washington, and he did not wish to trouble the British Government about it at present
rrived to-day by flag of truce from Richmond. One of them — a gentleman of the Teutonic persuasion — gave me his opinion on the result of that expedition in a somewhat laconic style: "We gets not mooch salt dere," said he, "but we gets peppered like der tuyfel." Miscellaneous. A. J. Shackelford and George W. Booth, of Charlottesville, Virginia, arrived in Washington on Saturday as "refugees." Wendell Phillips is announced to speak at Cooper Institute on Wednesday evening, October 26th, on the Presidential election. It will be his first and only address in New York during the Presidential campaign. The Republican procession in Washington on Saturday night burnt the McClellan flag hanging from the Democratic Club-House. Rev. Mr. Bitting, and Messrs. Foster and Peyton, of Alexandria, who have been put on the trains on the Manassas road, have been released, and Messrs. Maddox, Metcalf and Murray, of Salem, and J. H. Hathaway, have been arrested and put on the tr
rship of Almighty God; and I do invite and invoke all the people of these Confederate States to assemble on the day aforesaid, in their respective places of public worship, there to unite in prayer to our Heavenly Father, that He bestow His favor upon us; that He extend over us the protection of His almighty arm; that He sanctify His chastisement to our improvement, so that we may turn away from evil paths and walk righteously in His sight; and that He may restore peace to our beloved country, healing its bleeding wounds, and securing to us the continued enjoyment of our own right of self-government and independence; and that He will graciously hearken to us, while we ascribe to Him the power and glory of our deliverance. Given under my hand and the seal of the Confederate States, at Richmond, this twenty-sixth day of October, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-four. Jefferson Davis. By the President: J. P. Benjamin, Secretary of State. oc 27--td
devoted to the worship of Almighty, God; and I do invite and invoke all the people of these Confederate States to assemble on the day aforesaid, in their respective places of public worship, there to unite in prayer to our Heavenly Father, that He bestow His favor upon us; that He extend over us the protection of His almighty arm; that He sanctify His chastisement to our improvement, so that we may turn away from evil paths and walk righteously in His sight; that He restore peace to our beloved country, healing its bleeding wounds, and securing to us the continued enjoyment of our right of self-government and independence; and that He graciously hearken to us, while we ascribe to Him the power and glory of our deliverance. Given under my hand and the seal of the Confederate States, at Richmond, this twenty-sixth day of October, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-four. Jefferson Davis. By the President: J. P. Benjamin, Secretary of State. oc 27--td
evoted to the worship of Almighty God; and I do invite and invoke all the people of these Confederate States to assemble on the day aforesaid, in their respective places of public worship, there to unite in prayer to our Heavenly Father, that He bestow His favor upon us; that He extend over us the protection of His almighty arm; that He sanctify His chastisement to our improvement, so that we may turn away from evil paths and walk righteously in His sight; that He restore peace to our beloved country, healing its bleeding wounds, and securing to us the continued enjoyment of our right of self-government and independence; and that He graciously hearken to us, while we ascribe to Him the power and glory of our deliverance. Given under my hand and the seal of the Confederate States, at Richmond, this twenty-sixth day of October, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-four. Jefferson Davis. By the President: J. P. Benjamin Secretary of State. [oc 27--td]
voted to the worship of Almighty God, and I do invite and invoke all the people of these Confederate States to assemble on the day aforesaid, in their respective places of public worship, there to unite in prayer to our Heavenly Father, that He bestow His favor upon us; that He extend over us the protection of His almighty arms that He sanctify His chastisement to our improvement, so that we may turn away from evil paths and walk righteously in His sight; that He restore peace to our beloved country, healing its bleeding wounds, and securing to us the continued enjoyment of our right of self-government and independence, and that He graciously hearken to us, while we ascribe to Him the power and glory of our deliverance. Given under my hand and the seal of the Confederate States, at Richmond, this twenty-sixth day of October, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-four. Jefferson Davis. By the President; J. P. Benjamin, Secretary of State. [oc 27--td]
voted to the worship of Almighty God; and I do invite and invoke all the people of these Confederate States to assemble on the day aforesaid, in their respective places of public worship, there to unite in prayer to our Heavenly Father, that He bestow His favor upon us; that He extend over us the protection of His almighty arm; that He sanctify His chastisement to our improvement, so that we may turn away from evil paths and walk righteously in His sight; that He restore peace to our beloved country, healing its bleeding wounds, and securing to us the continued enjoyment of our right of self-government and independence; and that He graciously hearken to us, while we ascribe to Him the power and glory of our deliverance. Given under my hand and the seal of the Confederate States, at Richmond, this twenty-sixth day of October, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-four. Jefferson Davis. By the President: J. P. Benjamin, Secretary of State. [oc 27--td]
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