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AUSTRIA AND PRUSSIA.

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AUSTRIA AND PRUSSIA. VIENNA, MAY 5 (Evening.) Tt is rumoured that the Austrian Cabinet have decided to reply to the last Prussian note in conciliatory and moderate terms, declaring, however, at the same time that in the present state ot aflairs Austria cannot disarm. The municipality of this city are making arrangements to provide stabling for 4,0( 0 cavalry horses. Saxony, Wurtemberg, Hanover, and Electoral Hesse are said to have given assurances to the Austrian Go- vernment that they will lend their support to Austria in the event of a conflict witn rrussia. Bavaria nas ad- dressed communications of & friendly nature to the Aus- trian Government, without, however, taking up any decided position. decided position. The Middle States advise Austria to lean entirely on the Federal Diet in the question of the Duchies. Rumours are current here that the Austrian Am- bassador in Berlin and the Prussian Ambassador in Vienna will shortly be recalled. It is believed that important negotiations are being carried on between the Austrian and French Govern- ments with regard to Italy. The Vienna journats publish intelligence from Florence, stating that the Italian Government is in negotiation with a London house for contracting a loan. It is also stated that it is intended to raise an Italian loan ot 750 million lire by voluntary national subscrip- tions. General Prim is expected to receive the command f of a division of the Italian army. It is rnmoared that Venice will shortly be placed in a state of siege. BRERCTA, MAY 5. A camp of 15,000 men will be established at Pola. The coast of Dalmatia is being fortified and the garrison of Trieste has been increased to 14,000 men, consisting principally of Croatian regiments. A GRAM, MAY 5. Intelligence received here announces that great arma- ments, concentrations of troops, and preparations for commencing a campaign, are going on amongst the Austrian forces on the Servian frontier.

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