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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. [REUTER'S AND PRESS ASSOCIATION TELEGRAMS.] FRANCE. VERSAILLES, Friday. â The Right will issue no tnonarchical manifestoes. Fifteen working men from Manchester were examined yesterday, before the committooon the condition of the Working classes. EXECUTIONS AT SATOEY.âDEMEANOUR OF THE ASSASSINS. PARIS, Feb. 22.-The three Communists who were condemned for complicity in the murder of General Thomas and General Leeollite, were executed this morning at six o'clock, at the Camp of Satory. They all professed penitence, accepted the religious offices of the prison chaplain, and expressed regret for having Joined the revolt of the Commune. On the ground they behaved with with Communistic bravado. Lagrange defused to have his eyes bandaged, and La Croix smoked a cigar while waiting for the volley. All three fell together, but Lagrange and La Croix were not quite dead, and had to receive a coup de gracc. GERMANY. PRINCE BISMARCK AND THE LUXEMBURG RAILWAYS. BERLIN, Feb. 23 (8 a.m.)âThe last despatch of Prince Bismarck to Luxemburg had for its object to insist on the rights of Germany in relation to the rail- ways, but no reference of any kind was made concern- ing Belgium. AUSTRIA. VIENNA, Feb. 23.âIn to-day's sitting of the Reich- tath the Committee on the Constitution rejected the motion of Herr Tomaszezuk (?), to pass to the order of the day over the Galician resolution, only two members dissenting. o SPAIN. MADRID, Feb. 29.Senor Montemar, the Spanish Minister in Italy, has arrived here. BELGIUM. ANTWERP, Friday.âThe Count de Chambord's recep- tion caused large crowds to assemble in front of the hotel. Hostile shouts were raised. BRUSSELS, Friday.âIn the Chamber of Representa- tives to-day M. Defre brought forward a motion com- plaining of the presence of the Count de Chambord in Belgium, and blaming the Government for shewing him sympathy. The Foreign Minister denied that any sym- pathy had been shown the Count, who had merely been treated with courtesy. AMERICA. THE ANGLO-AMERICAN CASE. NEW YORK, Friday.âThe Vice-president Colfax dis- believes the report that Great Britain will recede from the Washington Treaty, and says the Treaty is a Potential blow in favour of peace. DECEPTION OF LORD GRANVILLE'S NOTE AT WASHINGTON. NEW YORK, Friday.âEarl Granville's note arrived at Washington yesterday. The Herald's Washington correspondent admits the United States placed itself in 411 awkward position by introducing claims which can- not be withdrawn. THE SEIZURE OF A BRITISH SCHOONER NEW YORK, Friday.âThe British schooner Lark, I e- seized on suspicion of carrying contraband, has «een released by Spanish authorities at Havannah. REPORTED AFFIRMATION OF INDIRECT CLAIMS. NEW YORK, February 23 (6 a.m.).-Lord Granville's ote on the subject of the Washington Treaty and the indirect claims has been received by the American Government. The answer of the United States Government was ititten by Mr. Fish himself, and it will be forwarded to England by Saturday's steamer. The professions friendship which are expressed in Lord Granville's jjfete are duly reciprocated; but Mr. Fish affirms that the American Case, including both the direct and indi- ct claims, is covered by the Protocols and Treaty. American Government, therefore, he says, cannot Withdraw from the Case which they have presented for arbitration. INDIA. THE LOOSHAI EXPEDITION. A- Times telegram from Calcutta says that General rownlow telegraphed on the 18th of February from kamgoomona, between the Koladyne and Duliesuree Vers, that two of the most powerful chiefs and °rthern Howlongs had made their submission. Bourchier on the 18th had reachedLalboorahs, « 6 chief village. The chief having failed to surrender, e village of 500 houses was destroyed, the Looshais jjavin8 abandoned it. Articles have been recovered °Qtifying Lalboorahs with the raids of last year.

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