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FOliEIGN INTELLIGENCE. It [REUTER'S AND PRESS ASSOCIATION TEkEtflUMS.] .0 FRANCE. VERSAILLES, Saturday.âIt is believed that M. Le- franc's Bill will pass with modifications. The committee on Lefranc's Bill were elected to-day. Nine members are against the Bill, but three would Accept it, with modifications. Six are favourable to the **dl. M. Gambetta defended the Bill. M. de Larcy, Minister of Publi made a L)gitimist confession of faith and voted against the Government. It is reported that Government has resolved to make hs acceptance of M. Lefranc's Bill a Cabinet question. Thiers recently stated that Government would ^Ottiiiiata an ambassador to Bome shortly. M. Du- Piuloup is expected to take part in the discussion on this subject. SPAIN. MADRID, Sunday Evening.âAn electoral coalition against the Government is in process of formation by the other parties. BELGIUM. BRUSSELS, Sunday. Raoul Rigault and Cluseret are SaId to be at Geneva, preparing an ineurrectional move- ment in Southern France. ANTWERP, Sunday.âThere is considerable excite- ment in the neighbourhood of Count de Ohambord's and large crowds throng the streets. The gen- omes are out keeping order. BRUSSELS, Saturday.âDepuly Courbier has given Notice of questions respecting tha disturbances at Ant- Werp. ANTWERP, Saturday.â-Notices have been posted call- lQg on the inhabitants to convene a meeting to protest gainst the presence of the Count de Chambord. Notice been issued forbidding the assembling of more than persons fn the publie streets. A proclamation has j^st been issued urging the citizens not to countenance y their presence manifestations discreditable to the cIty. A crowd assembled, but the manifestation was, Oil the whole, peaceable. DENMARK. C GOPENRAGEN, Saturday. -Mr. Fenger, the Minister of °Qimerce, has announced his resignation, but con- lflUes for the present to hold office. AMERICA. THE ANGLO-AMERICAN DIFFICULTY. The New York World says the destruction of the f6aty ig preferable to the Government sneaking out its position and ignominiously acknowledging that it presented an untenable and chicaning case. WASHINGTON, Saturday.âThe National Labour Asso- latipn has nominated Judge Davies as President. THE ALABAMA CASE. NEW YORK, Saturday.âThe Washington correspond- tfr ^e New York papers states that the adminis- ation will propose that the question of admissibility of Indirect claims be submitted to the Geneva board. ,"he Tribune says Mr. Fish's reply courteously declines of tiTan £ G American case. There is no possibility £ 'he Government withdrawing from its position. The If°p^ Arbitration must decide its own jurisdiction. 8tii] rea't Britain withdraws, the American case should bo argued before the arbitrators. INDIA. 0 THE LOOSHAI EXPEDITION. 0 ^CUTTA, Saturday.âGeneral Bouchier telegraphs ha twentieth instant, that the tribes of Venolel c Ve surrendered unconditionally, and the whole k^ry through which he passed is subdued. The cb,r ra^s have delivered up their arms, and the three ha,ve been surrendered as hostages.

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