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SS$FF AMEBIC*. NEW YORK, JUNE 20. Mr. Seward has informed Mr. Welles that FRA^, and England had withdrawn their concession of BELU gerency from the rebels, and that this proceeding France is prompted by the express desire to revive OI HA< sympathies between the two nations, whose INTEREJ^ hil and traditions constantly invoke them to CULTI^A LIA? the most cordial relations. England not havingah3°* .>NES lutely withdrawn the twenty-four hours' rule, vessels will not pay the customary courtesy to vesse' of the British navy. LT. Mr. Seward has also written to Sir Frederick J expressing the gratification prevalent at the ACTION the British Government, but renewing his PROTE0^ against the joint action of France and England COFL* 51 ceding belligerent rights to the insurgents as t he friendly and contrary to international laws. po!' lill Seward also regrets Earl Eusseh's reservation favour of rebel cruisers, and demands that they sbe I be delivered up to the TJnited States, and declares right and intention of the Federal Government capture them under whatever flag they may be PLACE^ He refuses to recognise any transfer of such SHIP8 *c that may BE made.. P1 Orders have been issued to dismantle the LIE works around Washington, except twenty-two fo OT and three batteries, which will be strengthened an TY] permanently garrisoned. hE A dispatch from New York, dated June 24, statE that the transport Kentucky, with 1,200 paroled COO" federate prisoners on board, struck a snag V*. > Shreveport, on Red River, on the 9th, and sank 18 R* three minutes. Over 200 lives were lost. Galveston, Texas, the last seaport held by the Coil' federates, was surrendered to General E. J. Davis b1 he Kirby Smith on the 5th. In consequence the PRE#' ;}■ dent has issued a proclamation raising the blockad tf established by Mr. Lincoln in 1861, and iaotifyirigthat Ij all ports west of the Mississippi would be opened 011 U the 1st July to foreign and domestic commerce the terms of his proclamation of the 22nd of May LA0"' A train loaded with soldiers and a freight train 011 the Ohio and Mississippi Railway came into collision at Loogootee, Indiana, yesterday, by which the N and stokers of both were killed. While the conductor J were disputing as to whom the blame attached, JF third train came along and ran into the soldier trtio, t killing fifteen men and wounding 150 others. Q

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