Every newspaper that we take up, records some generous donation for starving Ireland.— We should not be surprised, if a million of dollars in food and money, was at this moment subscribed, take the whole country, together. What a glorious spectacle does this afford the world.
REMITTANCES TO IRELAND. — The steam ship Cambria took out on Monday, the sum of £4,117, about $20,000 collected in Catholic churches of Boston, for the relief of Ireland. A sum amounting to $160,000 was also sent, made up of private remittances of Irishmen, to their friends at home. The whole amount of private remittances sent from Boston during the month of February, is certainly $216,006, a sum distinct from that sent by Bishop Fitzpatrick, stated above.
BREADSTUFFS FOR EUROPE FROM BALTIMORE. — The American exhibits the following extraordinary state of the trade in Breadstuffs from this city, arising from the demand in Europe:
The exports from this port to various ports in England, Ireland, and France for the last thirty days have been as follows: