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RUSSIA INSISTS ON A CONGRESS.

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THE ATTITUDE OF AUSTRIA. Austria, also, has returned a definitive answer to the English proposals. The reply of Austria explains the Reasons why the Court of Vienna could not accept the English proposals as bases for an arrangement to which the concurrence of Austria would be given by her sig- 4ature. Count Rechberg explains that the proposals do llat only essentially alter the basis of the European ftuilibrium which was founded by the treaties of 1815, but it is in open opposition to the fundamental principle Ipon which the legitimacy of Governments in general, ^d especially the Austrian monarchy, are founded. In %e third instance the said proposals destroy the rights Ðf the Italian Princes, which were placed under the Grantee 0: Europe, and which the Emperor Joseph Vs the sacred duty to protect in his quality of chief of the House of Hapsburg. If, induced by all these Motives, Austria declines the proposed negotiations, she declares, nevertheless, that for the present she will not endeavour to undo by force of arms that which she 1 Cannot prevent, although reserving to herself full and ] entire liberty of action for the future. AN ALLIANCE BETWEEN AUSTRIA AND RUSSIA The Morning Chronicle says that intelligence just received from a sure source at Vienna, is to the follow- lng effect: -No doubt whatever now remains of the fact that Russia has decided on renewing her old alliance with Austria, under the provisions of a treaty i Prepared by M. de Balibine and Count Bechberg. N This treaty is on the eve of being signed, and will be Carried to St. Petersburgh by Prmce Alexander rf Hesse. The news of the Prince having quitted v, Vienna for the Russian capital may whenever it J Arrives, be taken as a signal that the document has [ deceived the necessary signatures. We have excel- W reasons for believing that its provisions will be I found as follows 1. The most ample concessions as to all that regards the Holy Places at Jerusalem will be made by Austria to Russia. 2. With a view to Eventualities that have every probability of being rea- ped, Austria agrees to conform her policy to that of Russia as to the Danubian provinces and Servia. 3. Iti compensation for these concessions in the East and "ft the Danube, Russia will guarantee to Austria the Miole of her territory, including Hungary and Venetia feainst insurrection and foreign foes. [In reference to Sis statement, a London contemporary says that "it "S a canard of the very worst description."]'

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