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SWANSEA HARBOUR TRUST ELECTION.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. .

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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. [REUTER'S AND PRESS ASSOCIATION TELEGRAMS.] FRANCE. PARIS, Feb. 29.-The negotiations with regard to the ^easures to be taken against the International by the °vernment are being proceeded with. It is said that j ey have resolved to adopt the idea of extending the jj^.aties of Extradition, and not recognising the Inter- bv as a political society, or the crimes committed TL niem'jers as punishable at common law. i Protests rc'Iative to the election of M. Bouher tj0 have been received fi^om Cersica assert that func- offinaries supported M. Rouher as if he had been an ve candidate. The Bureau entrusted with the Verification of the election has suspended its work, in orer to ascertain whether the allegation is well founded. Vol 0616 ^as 'iust 'jeen distributed among the deputies a lnfUCle pages, containing evidence relative to the Cn Rational of the 18th of March, which is full of ^ous revelations. bet ARlS' Friday. — The supplementary Convention pavWeen France and Germany, in reference to the Hes?leU^ the War indemnity, was signed on Wed- 6th "^ie millions due are to be paid on March • Germany allowing a discount of 5 per cent. v THE LEFT AND THE HOLY SEE. Friday.—The Republican Left will is n 6 Potions in favour of the Holy See. There 0 question of raising the state of siege. GERMANY. j, FALL OF A HOUSE. RANKFORT, Friday.'—A house fell in to-day, in the i ehgasse, burying its inhabitants. Fourteen have eii reeovored from the ruins, frightfully injured and mos% dead, « SPAIN. JterfYr' —f^e coa^ti°n between the Radicals, ar,s, Progressists, and Alphonsists meets with air es' l^^ie ProSressists, in some provinces, refuse hauce with the Alphonsists and Carlists. p INDIA. CKT,CUTTA February 29.-Lady Mayo proceeds to 011 the 7th of March, and will probably em- euj0 Bombay on the 14th. The Press unanimously "atoglSes the services of Major Burne, Lord Mayo's pri- bi ccretary, and praises Lord Napier for retaining 1n the same capacity. U AMERICA. tJial 1 0EK> Thursday.—The jury for Major Hill's as been finally empanelled. bmi^HlNGT°N, Thursday.—Messrs. Sumner and Trum- an ?Ve.:ma^e 'on8 speeches in favour of the resolu- ife 0 investigate the sale of Government arms, of u. s> Carpenter and Morton have replied, in defence l^e administration. Ninv THE ATTACK ON THE QUEEN. Q,Jeen | 0RK> March 1 (7 a.m.).The attack upon the Til ?a been generally denounced here. tioh tt -tribune says it will intensify the popular affeo- Th or the Queen. l°ya^e New York Times says it will fan the flame of a<&inft' 5;Q(^ exasperate still further the English people Fenianism. SUre at fra!<^ remarks that a universal feeling of plea- the oi» -i- r Majesty's escape will re-echo throughout Llvihsed world.

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. --I

HOUSE OF LORDS.-FRIDAY.

HOUSE OF COMMONS. --FRIDAY.

MR. ODGER ON THE HOUSE OF…

MERTHYR.

NEATH.

LLANTRISSANT.

CARDIFF.

NEW TREDEGAR.

YSTRAD.

SWANSEA.

NEWPORT.

PONTYPRIDD.

-LLANELLY.

ABERDARE.

;:CARMARTHEN.

DINAS.

SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1872. .