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THE POLISH INSURRECTION.

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THE POLISH INSURRECTION. EXECUTION OF FRANKOWSKI THORN, Saturday. -Frankowski, one of the insurgent leaders, was hung at Lublin on the 16th inst, by sentence of a court-martial. It is rumoured that Archbishop Felinski has been exiled to the Government of Vologda. CRACOW, Saturday.—Wielunskie, with 140 insurgents, have cut their way through 600 Russians, by whom they had been surrounded. Boneca and his follower have had a skirmish with a cavalry force at Gory. The losses on both sides were trifling; but Booeca was wounded. The Cossacks of the Don are discontented, and intend to return to their own country with the large quantity of booty they obtained by pillage. Frankowski, having recovered from his wounds, has been executed at Lublin. Prince William Radziwil has been arrested at Lemberg, CRACOW, SUNDAY.—A detachment of Polish Mounted gendarmes has defeated a troop of Cossacks on the Warta, near the village of Kaliskie. The Cossacks lost thirty killed. Lelewel encountered the Russians at Kory tnica, on the 10th, but being attacked by a superior force retired in order. Krysinski's band was victorious on the 12th at Wie- chon, in Podlachia. There are now six detachments of insurgents in Podlachia. The insurgent leader Bialozor has also been shot at Kowno. TARNOW, SUNDAY.—An entire detachment of insur- gents has been driven across the Austrian frontier near Maniow. Many were drowned in the Vistula, and 151 of the remainder were detained in Galicia.

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