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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

THE JAPANESE DIFFICULTY.

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THE JAPANESE DIFFICULTY. Intelligence has been received that after long dis- cussions, extending over three days, the agents of Prince Satsumg, have agreed to make immediate pay- ment of the indemnity, and have promised in writing not to relax in active search for the murderers of Mr. Richardson, and to subject them, when discovered, to capital punishment, in presence of one or more British officers.

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