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MR. WATKIN WILLIAMS'S FAREWELL}…

ECCESIASTICAL.

MR. GLADSTONE AND WALES.

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WAR PREPARATIONS.

ROUMANIA.

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ROUMANIA. At the secret sitting of the Roumanian Chamber en Thursday, April 18th, M. Bratiano gave an account of his mission to Berlin and Vienna. The Great Powers, he said, would only defend those interests which they con- sidered vital. Austria and Germany believed that Russia did not intend to interfere with the liberty of navigation on the Danube. Roumania might rely upon their support as far as that liberty was connected with the Bessarabian question. M. Bratiano was of opinion- that it would be more advantageous for Roumania to enter into an arrange- ment with Russia. This declaration led to a stormy discussion, in which the Minister for Foreign Affairs was violently attacked. After the secret sitting the Chamber resumed the debate upon the motion calling upon the Government to take measures in view of the threatened disarmament of the Roumanian troops and the occupation of the Principality by the Russians. The Minister for Foreign Affairs stated that the Government had protested against the occupation and instructed its agent in Paris to communicate the fact to the British Government. Ulti- mately an order of the day was passed expressing the satisfaction of the House with the Ministerial statement.

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THE FLINTSHIRE VOLUNTEERS.

WELSH RESERVES.

THE PROSPECTS OF THE CONGRESS.

RUSSIAN PREPARATIONS.

AN ARMISTICE IN THESSALY.

INSURRECTION IN .ROUMELIA.

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A CLERGYMAN ON THE WAR. PARTY.

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