The Cambria has arrivcd wiih intclligcnce :ight days laior Ihnn that brought y the Gicit Western. The nows Ã8 not of startling imporaucc, bui on the wholÃ¨ is uteresting. In commercial ifV.iirs we nuticenn advance in holton. The coin trnde hai sligliily improvcd. ind ihcrc wae Bomo stir in tlic iron market, but msincss of evcry kind coniinued under Ihc dead jning nfluence of tho present stagimtion. Trade in the munufneturing districts had im)rovedslightly, but prices vvcro without material :hnnge. Thire lmvc boen heavy floods in England, ; iiisnic home dnniage. Therc liad been frequent and heavy fnilures jf commercial housea in England and ScotInnd. Tho feuling in favor of pcace was general. The penco eocieties fhroughout tho country were moking great rnovcnieni8 in favor of mnintaining frlendly relations with the United States. Tho Prcsidcnt's message relativo to Oregon was considered amicnblc. Parliament re-asseniblcd on the I7ih, and the Irish cofercion or ".â sfassinaiion" bill was under difcussion. Much complaint wns made against ministera for pressing thisunpopular measure. - L'lic Irish motnbers, il is said, talk against time, tbr the purposc of 6taving ofTtho bilÃ. Sir Roben Peel ;illuded to the purchae of Inciian meal for the use of ihe auir.ringiiihabitaiiti oflreland, and statcd that furthcr purchase might be necessary iliough the government did not wish to interfere with the business coinmunky. The government had contributtd all the relief - ths landlords had done noihing. It was impossible to vil when the tariff bill would bc again beforc the Commons. Narvacz had been dnven out of Spain, In coniequence of a quirrel wrth Chnstino. Sevcral extcn-;ivn iron companies aro busily engaged in casting inortars and field ptccvd o large calibre, under contract wiih tho Brilisl Government. Thee listmene of eailora is goingon with ra ,iidity at varioua ports. THE OREGON QUESTION. The Oregon question continued to bo a fruitesÃsource of diecussion with the British jouruals.Sj)eculution was going on as to tho fate of the tariff bill in ihe House of Lords: - Lord Essex, hitherto knovtfn as a great protectionist, had declared for free trade und ihe measurcs of the ministro. Lord Siauley, who aspires to be Piemier, was 10 luad the opposition in the upper house. Ireland. - ThodH'ress in lrelandcontioued witliout mitigation. Meetings were held in various partsof the kingdom to deviso mean of supplying the poor with wurk and food. Thure wa3 no employment for artizans, and all were in a state of great destituiion. At Clonmol a riot had taken place, and the milis and shops had been attacked and plundered by the mob. In many places thero were no potatoes left - in none wil tha fast perishing root be found after the firat of May. The ac counts everywhere speak of increased dist'ress. A Castlebar paper says - The goont and long dreaded acourgo has at length broke forih. Pro in every part of the country we hear tho most tlreadfu! accounts. Even in Torlough, rnany inhabitants aro without fuod, and the wretched sufferers are in vain endeavoring to get provisiÃ³n, that their childrcn rnay noÃ die. Attempt to Kill Kino Louis PhilLiri'E. - News has been received, by telegraph,that on Thureday,lhe lGth uit., the King was fircd pon while taking his ride in the front of Fontainebleau, by a man seated upon thewnll. The Queen, Princcess Adolaido, the Ã¼ulchess of Nemours, the Princc and Princess of Salome were in the carriago with the King. Threc baila cut the fringes bÃ¼t noone was hurl. The Queen picked up a j)icce of the wadding. The assasin was immediatcly arrested. His namo was Lecompte, and he was an oÃd general guardiÃ¡n of the forest of Fonlainebleau. Dcspatches from Tahiti were not very favorable to tho French. The natives and Queen Pomri still held possession of the interior, and the French were confined to a Small portion of thÃ¨ shore, where they were protected by entrenchments.