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Additional foreign News by the Canada.

By the arrival of the Canada, at New York, we have the following details of foreign news:


The monthly returns of the Bank of France show that the decrease in cash is nineteen and a half millions of francs, and the increase in bills discounted twenty-seven millions.--The change in the Imperial system of finance as shadowed forth in the Emperor's letter, and M. Fould's programme, received per Bohemian is not regarded with much importance in England.

The London Times' City Article says:

‘ "It is not easy to see how the transfer from the Emperor to the people of the task of raising money will calm uneasiness, and remove all pretext for hostile measures, when it is certain that the Emperor can resume his prerogative at any moment he may think fit."

’ The Daily News says:

‘ "Will the Emperor still be answerable for an abundance of employment when he can no longer create boundless expenditure by a stroke of his pen?"

In Paris the financial change imparted much firmness to the Bourse, and Rentes advanced per cent. on the 16th inst., closing at 69f. 65 The advance was fully maintained.

There were rumors of impending changes among the high functionaries in administration, and that the powers of the several Ministers would be modified and the Ministry of State reorganized. A Paris letter says that M. Fould's conditions, on taking the office of Minister of Finance, were as follows:

First--The Budget to be voted for in detail, so as to give the Legislature some control over the expenditure. Secondly — The renunciation of the power to decree supplementary credits without the consent of the Council of Ministers. Thirdly — The convention of the ‘"trentenary"’ obligations. Fourthly — The conversion of the entire phallic debt into three per cents. Fifthly — The consolidation of the floating debt. Sixthly — The reduction of the army. Seventy--The evacuation of Rome. Eighty--That on taking office he should be the intermediary of all communications between Ministers and the Emperor.

The French ships forming the Mexican expedition were expected to aesemble at Havana between the 15th and 20th of December.


A levy of eighty thousand men is ordered, but it is thought that more than fifty thousand would be obtained, and that another fifty thousand would be levied in February. The effective army will then consist of two hundred and eighty thousand men.

General Carbormelli had gone to Caprera to present Garibaldi with an address from the Neapolitans, praying him not to leave Italy.

General Cialdini had tendered his resignation.

Signor Rataizi will relinquish the Presidency of the Chamber of Deputies.

Chiavone, the brig and chief, was again giving trouble, and dispatches are said to have been discovered showing a collision between him and the Pontifical authorities.


The Council of State had proclaimed the Duke of Oporto King of Portugal.

The Ministry is unchanged. Tranquility prevailed.

The Infanta Don Augustine continued dangerously ill.

The new King of Portugal has arrived at Lisbon, and been well received.


Navigation was closed at St. Petersburg. The last ships of the season were leaving Cronstadt.

Fifteen thousand Russian troops had attacked ten thousand mountaineers in Circassia. After fighting six hours, the Russians were put to flight with very heavy losses, including a General of Division killed. Six thousand Russians were reported killed and wounded.


A conspiracy to assassinate the King and his Immediate followers during a fete had failed. Such information was conveyed to the King as to enable him to avoid the machinations of the assassins.

India, China, Rtc.

The correspondence by the overland mail adds little of moment to the news already received.

The Calcutta Englishman severely censures the Manchester manufacturers for doing nothing either to further the intended growth of cotton in India or to take off the stocks on hand in up-country depots.

Dispatches from Calentta to October 27th report an increased business in cotton goods, and yarns at higher prices. Exchange was rather lower. Freights active and unchanged.

Accounts from the gold fields of New Zealand continue very encouraging, and there was an immense rush of miners, &., from Australis, all the available vessels being devoted to the purposes of carrying them over.

Trade at Melbourne was greatly depressed.

At Bombay, on the 25th of October, cotton goods and twigs, were dull and declining.--Exchange, 2d.

Commercial intelligence.

London Money Market.--Funds on the 15th opened firm, but became weaker. At the close, however, a better tone prevailed. In the discount market there was an increased demand for best bills at 2¼ to 2½

Rio Janeiro, Oct. 25th.--Coffee — Sales of good first at 65800. The stock is 180,000 bags.

Cotton is quoted at 9,000 rises.

Oct. 31.--Sales of cotton at

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