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TRANSATLANTIC AFFAIRS.

THE AMERICAN SEARCH FOR LIVINGSTONE.

INDIAN INTELLIGENCE."

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] SPIRIT OF THE PRESS.

NEW ZEALAND.

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NEW ZEALAND. A correspondent writing from Wellington, New Zea- land, to the Times, sends most cheering news of the condition of the colony. He says:â" Our relations with the natives continue to improve. The policy 6f concilia- tion has triumphed over the jealousy of races. Our fire-eating politicians no longer talk of 'conquering a per- manent peace.' The spade, the pickaxe, the telegraph Hire, and the stage coach are doing what legions of men, with 'arms of precision' and the latest improve- ments in the art of war, failed to do. Hundreds of natives are now working for Government wages who three years ago, were burning our villages and murdering our outsettlers almost without resistance. They are now helping us to make roads into their very fastnesses where, three years ago, ifovould have been death for the white man to set his foot. All this has been brought about by the exercise of a littW^ommon sense, patience and dis- cretion. All that was wanting was the restoration of confidence between the races. It has been restored, and there is no reason to believe it will be disturbed again."

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