In regard to the manner in which these were shipped from America: Two dozen cut blooms were staged, all of which had been received from America in the "Etruria," which left New York on the 2d inst., and arrived in Liverpool on the 11th inst , the bloom being conveyed thence to London by rail. Half the number of blooms were conveyed upright in tubes of water, and the others were firmly packed in damp cotton wool in tightly closed tin boxes, and these traveled better than the others, arriving in a remarkably fresh condition.