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AMERICA. The New York papers of the 14th and 15th. were delivered on Wednesday. They contain little political news. The New York Times of the 14th says :—v< It is now said that Mr Motley is to have 'instructions' on going to England, but they do not seem, likely to 89 very important. It seems he will be instructed to 'watch the progress of events, and to if port the communications which the British Govern- ment may make to him.' We presume he c:I1 do il-ct, but it seems scarcely worth while to arrest the completion of his books about tna Dutch Republic for such a service. Mr Gred r, or for that matter Mr Jay, might have sent as Minister to England p.ftor ;dl." T Tribune of the same date entertains its read^ with the following announcement, which par- ports to come from iN[ontj,e,i it IF that information has been received here to tL~ effect that the Privy Council in rjngLud i. taking into consideration the advisahi]^- oi relinquishing all her colonies except Ind*a." The New Yoak papers seem to "IlrUN triple alliance by Spain, France, and Eng^an. against the United States. The Xew York Times says that "England fears, and has u.,uso to fear, the speedy loss of her entire possessions on the American continent, is n&nacf: a with insult added to injury, and awaits from A me r:ca a cool demand for national humiliation. As for Spain, it is not our fault if she does not foment an alliance against us, but the key of the qnestion is with France. It is not con- sidered possible that the Emperor can have forgiven the damage inflicted on his prestIge by the disastrous result of the Mexican idea and, moreover, a foreign war would distract the at- tention of Frenchmen from domestic politics but the Emperor is not France, and cannot afford to go again where his people will not follow." The idea that America alone could "whip Europe combined is ridiculed, and a more real security is regarded as lying in the I g Z) fact that a counter-alliance might be formed by the United States with Russia and Prussia. The report of the loss of the American steamer Mississippi is confirmed. She was wrecked at Martinique on the 12th inst. Many will regret to hear that the declining health of Mr Peabody has caused him to yield to a natural desire to return to his native place, and on Saturday he will leave England, we hope, however, to return in a few months in robust health. The statue which the mer- chants of London have resolved to ercct to his n memory, is said to be nearly finished. The captive" balloon, which has recently jl been making partial -'v fryj| *v- ■_ burnham grounds, Chelsea, released' itself en f Tuesday, and became lost to sight, though ) still to memory dear"—for it was said to be worth some £30.000. It descended tho following morning near Aylesbury. It is ini- possible to say what distance it travelled during its experimental trip, but it was seen to pasa over several towns the afternoon it broke from its moorings. It is understood that the itk-h- ster machine had been engaged by a party ;\1 twelve gentlemen for the purpose cf witnessing the running for the Derby,

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FHIGHTFUL COLLIERY EXPLOSION…

THE PENDERYN MURDER.

THE DERBY.

ATTEMPTED SUICIDE BY A SERGEANT.