The Confederate Commissioners.
--A New York letter, of July 25th; says:
advices from London
, received yesterday by the steamer New York
, say that the Commissioners
of the C. S. A. (all three of them) had returned from Paris
Though not countenanced officially, a leading commercial authority hints that the Manchester Cotton Lords
were hand in-glove with them.
It is also mentioned, as a significant fact, in the same connection, that the vacancy occasioned in the British Cabinet
, by the retirement of the Minister
of War, is likely to be filled by Mr. Gregory
, M. P. from Galway
, an individual who has made himself notorious for his unseemly zeal in urging, in the House of Commons, the recognition of the Southern Confederacy.