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Later from Europe.

arrival of the Bremen at New York and North America at Farther Point.

The New York Herald, of the 16th inst., publishes the arrival from Europe of the Bremen steamship Bremen, Captain Wessels, arrived at this port at 6 o'clock last evening, from Bremen and Southampton, with the mails, passengers, and cargo. She left Southampton on the 2d of October.

The Bremen brings $36,950 in specie.

The Bremen brings files of European papers to the 2d inst., which contain some interesting details of the news to that date.

The steamship North American, which sailed from Liverpool at 9 o'clock A. M., on the 3d, and Londonderry on the afternoon of Friday, the 4th inst., passed Farther Point yesterday at 3 o'clock, on route to Quebec. She has 75 cabin and 163 steerage passengers, and has experienced strong westerly winds the whole passage.

The news by the North America is one day later than that by the Glasgow.

It is stated that Lord Monck is not among the passengers by the North American.

The Duke of Argyle has succeeded Lord Stanley, of Alderly, the last Minister in attendance upon her Majesty.

The sales of cotton reported from Liverpool on September 30, since the preceding Friday, amount to 172,360 bales, the largest quantity ever attained in one week.

The London Times, of the 2d of October, says:

‘ By the ship Asia, of New York, a cargo of crust guano has lately been imported from the Island of Sombrero and landed in the West India Docks. Sombrero is situate near the Dutch island of St. Martin, in the West Indies, and is the property of Messrs. Wood & Sons, of New York, who are said to hold it under the protection of the United States Government. The discovery of the guano deposits on the island is of recent date. Hitherto the shipments have been chiefly to the Southern ports of the States, but as those are now blockaded the supply may probably be directed towards England.

Accounts from Malaga of the 14th ultimo state that business was rather more brisk for the United Kingdom and the North, or Balue ports, but as regards the United States it continued dull.

There is to be a rifle match between the best shot of Scotland and France. Mr. Ed. Ross is the champion for Scotland.

The contest for Lord Mayoralty of London terminated in the withdrawal of Sir. Henry Muggindge. The present Mayor, Cubilt, will consequently be elected.

The price of the London Times has been reduced from 4d. to 3d. a copy, in consequence, of the abolition of the duty on white paper since October the first.

The Earl of Eglington has had an apodictic attack

The steamship North Briton, from Quebec, arrived at Liverpool on the 3d inst.

The shipment of cotton from Liverpool to the United States amounted, during the last four months, to three thousand seven hundred and three bales, of which the whole were American, except three hundred and twenty-one bales of East Indian. The principal portion was conveyed in steamers.

The Dublin Evening Post reiterates the assertion that agents of the American government are in Ireland looking for recruits, but is unable to say how far they have succeeded, but thinks they met with little encouragement.

Official returns in London show that the imports of wheat and flour to England, during the eight months ending with August, reached to the value of twenty millions ($100,000,000) sterling, against seven millions sterling to the same time last year.

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