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GREAT "WESTERN AND BRISTOL…

TRAINS ON SUNDAYS ONLY.1

I TRAINS ON SUNDAYS ONLY.

-BRISTOL TO BIRMINGHAM,-I

SUNDAY TRAINS.

BIRMINGHAM TO BRISTOL. I

SUNDAY TRAINS.

TAFF YALE.

MINING MARKET.

PRICES OF WELSH MINING SHARES.…

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GREECE.

SPAIN.

SCHLESWIG HOLSTEIN.

UNITED STATES,

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UNITED STATES, The City of Glasgow arrived in the Clyde on Sunday morning from New York, after a passage of 14 days 13 hours, with 90 passengers and 1.000 tons of cargo. She brings intelligence to the 13th ult. The Europa, from New York, arrived the same day at Liverpool, after a fine run of 10 days 19 hours, bringing advices to the 17th ult., X65,000 in specie, and a large number of passengers. The funeral of the late President took place on Saturday, July 13. The occasion was honoured with appropriate and impressive so- lemnities the military escort was commanded by the veteran General Scott. In the principal cities of the Union the day was observed by suspension of business and suitable ceremonies. On the 10th in the Senate a warm eulogium was delivered by Mr. Webster upon the character of the deceased magistrate, and on the 16th Mr. Webster gave notice of a bill to erect a monument to the President in Washington. Strong hopes were entertained that the com- promise Slavery Bill would meet with the assen t of the Senate and the Lower House. It was anticipated that Congress would shortly adjourn on the question of the new Cabinet and the policy of the President. The New York Courier of the 17th says The members of the Cabinet have con- sented, at the President's request, to remain in office till Monday next. It is probable that a new Cabinet will be organised by that time if not, Mr. Ewing, the Secretary of the Interior, will probably be retained. The Cabinet de- clines to advise the President in reference to the new organi- sation, although invited so to do. Their functions they now consider executive simply, not advisory. The President, it is understood, has determined to pursue the policy marked out by General Taylor respecting New Mexico, and will act upon it as soon as the Cabinet shall be formed. According to a Washington correspondent of the New York jExpress one list of a new Administration is as follows :—For Secre- tary of State, Mr. R. C. Winthorp for Secretary of Trea- sury, Mr. MKinnon; for Secretary of Navy, Mr. Thomas Butler King; for Secretary of Interior, Mr. Vinton; for War, Mr. Graham; for Postmaster-General, Mr. Morhead; for Attorney-General, Mr. Hopkins. The late President, a few days before his death, had prepared a strong message to Congress, directed against the threatened invasion of New Mexico by Texas. The Cuban question had assumed a more definite and satisfactory aspect. 400 houses, and property to the amount of X200,000 sterling, had been destroyed by a great fire in Philadelphia. Several lives also were lost. Professor Webster's case was still undecided. Cholera was devastating the capital. From May 17th to June 16th several hundreds had died,

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