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AMERICA. (PÈlt ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH.) A heavy defalcation has been discovered ia the sub- Treasury department of New Orleans. At Mobile the military have assumed the maintenance I of public order. The Fenians are prparing a new invasion of Canada. Troops are being concentrated on the frontier. Mr. George Bancroft has been appointed United States' Minister at Berlin. (PIIR THE CITY OF PARIS.) The wheat crop in North Carolina promises well, but the crops generally throughout the West and South are greatly damaged by the floods. The Police Superintendent at New York, acting trader an obsolete but unrepealed statute, has ordered all places of business to be elosed on Sunday. Great indignation Was caused among the shopkeepers, and a riot was apprehended. The order, however, was subsequently revoked. 7 A Woman's Rights Convention is in session at New York, at which female suffrage has been strongly advo- cated. (PER THE PERSIAN. Mr. Davis arrived at Richmond on the 8th May. He was taken to Spottiswood Hotel, where he was visited by numbers of friends on Saturday evening and Sun- day. On Monday morning General Barton produced Mr. Davis at the Circuit Court, before Judge Under- WQod. District-Attorney Chandler announced that the Government did not intend to prosecute the trial at the present Term Court. Mr. O'Connor then, on behalf of Mr, Davis, asked that, in view of the long imprison- ment and delicate health of the prisoner, lie be admitted to bail. The counsel for the Govern- ment not opposing, Judge Underwood fixed the bail -at 100,000 dols., half of it to be furnished by residents in Virginia. The bail bond, which requires Mr. Davis to appear before the Court ,on the 25th of November next, was signed by Mr. Horace Greeley, Mr. Augustus Schell, General Jackman, and ten others. Mr. Davis was then discharged from costodv, and was vociferously cheered in Court and on his way back to the hotel. A number of negroes shook iands with him. In the evening Mr. Davis and his wife embarked on board a steamer for New York, en route to visit his children at school in Canada. The iron ram Dunderberg has been sold to the French -Government by the builder for 3,000,000 dols. The New York journals publish news from Vera Cruz, dated the 1st May, according to which that city 'was closely besieged by the Liberals. The Emperor Maximilian was at Quereturo on the 18th of April. On the 6th Gomez still held Tampico and repudiated the authority of Juarez. Juarez has ordeied the suspen- sion of Tampico as a port cf entry.

FRANCE.

PRUSSIA.

AUSTRIA.

HUNGARY.

RUSSIA.

ITALY.

SPAIN.

AUSTRALIA.

MALTA.

lTHE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE.

THE NEW HERRING FISHERIES…

THE REAL RIDE TO YORK.

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SPEECH OF THE EMPEROR OF AUSTRIA.!

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SWEND'S CONQUEST OF ENGLAND.

--__-__. THE NEW BAKKllUPTCY…

•THE RISING RACE IN VICTORIA.|

!PORTUGAL.

KING GEORGE OF HANOVER.

BELGIUM.

TURKEY.

IINDIA.

CHINA. i

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FOREIGN NOTES.