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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. PRUSSIA. OPENING OF THE PRUSSIAN CHAMBERS. We ( inies) have received the following telegraphic des- patch from our Berlin correspondent :â BERLIN, THURSDAY. NOV. 29. The Chambers have just been opened by the King. tc The following is an extract from His Majesty's speech Gentlemen,âThe conflict between several European Powers is not yet at an end. Our fatherland, however, con- tinues to be the abode of peace. I trust in God that it will remain so, and that I shall succeed in preserving the honour and standing of Prussia without inflicting upon our country the heavy sacrifices of war. 11 11 am proud to say thit I know of no people so well prepared for war, or more ready for sacrifices, than my own, whenever it shonour or interests are really in danger. This proud consciousness, however, imposes upon me the duty, while abiding faithfully by obligations already con- tracted, not to enter in to further engagements, the politi- cal and military liabilities of which are not to be estimated beforehand. In the attitude assumed by Prussia, Austria, and Germany behold a valid security for the further mainte- nance of that independent position which is equal y conducive to the attainment of an equitable and lasting peace and compatible with sincere good wishes for all." FRANCE. PARIS, WEDNESDAY EVENING. This evening the King of Sardinia attends the grand fete in his honour at the Hotel de Ville. At the review yesterday, the Emperor presented to the King of Sardinia the military medal, saying that he could not allow him to present himself to the French army with- out that honourable distinction. The Moniteur contains a list, approved of by the Emperor, of 255 persons, to whom three gold, and 252 silver medals were-awarded in the course of the quarter ending 30th of September last, for having distinguished themselves in saving persons in danger of perishing from drowning, fire, &c. A letter from Kamiesch, of the 11th, in the Moniteur de 130 Flotte," says There has just taken place at Kin- btu-n, an incident which shows what prudence ought to be employed by the French in their excursions on the terri- tory of the enemy, Three French officers of the fort, one )f whom was the surgeon of Vapour, were walking quietly )n the isthmus which connects the spit of Kinburn with -he main land, when a short distance from the French ratposts, they were all of a sudden pounced on by a band )f Cossacks and carried off. The whole affair took place 10 rapidly that there was no possibility of rendering as- astance. 0 VIENNA, WEDNESDAY EVENING, Nov. 28.-Advices from Constantinople of the 22nd inst., announce the ar- rival there of a portion of the English fleet from the Black Sea, and the arrival of the American squadron from the Mediterranean The cholera was carrying off many men of the Anglo-German Legion. The French were recruit- ing on a grand scale for the foreign legion. The Tunisian troops are gone to Batoum. COPENHAGEN, WEDNESDAY.-The High Court is de- clared competent to proceed with the trial of the ex- Ministers. HAMBURG, Nov. 27.-Sweden and Denmark will con- tinue to permit the exportation of corn. MADRID, Nov. 27.-The Parliamentary committee charged with the task of regulating the tariffs, has re- solved to hear such manufacturers of Spain, as may consi- der themselves interested in the question. The Cortes terminated this day the discussion on the recruitment bill. Everything was perfectly quiet. TURKEY. CONSTANTINOPLE, Nov. 19.âWithin the last few days cholera has again made its appearance at Scutari, with considerable virulence. General Smith, commanding the Turkish Contingent, has arrived here from the Dardanelles on his way to Varna. They write from Erzeroum under date of the 7th inst. that up to the 31st October all was well at Kars. Gen. Mouravieff had treated the garrison to a review of his army, which they report to consist of 16 battalions, each 400 or 500 men strong, three regiments of Dragoons, two of Cossacks, and 40 guns. The Algiers and Agamemnon are here. The latter has gone up above the bridge, to get fitted with a new main- topmast, in lieu of the one which was damaged at Sebas- topol on the 17th of October, 1854. The St. Jean d'Acre, Hannibal, Princess Royal, Highflyer, and Sphinx are daily expected down, on their way to Malta. It is said that the rest of the fleet will remain in the Black Sea. The 11th Hussars are to pass the winter in the Crimea All the other British cavalry regiments will come down tiere. Their land transport has been arriving withio the last three days. p-

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