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FOREIGN INTELLIGENC E. [REUTER'S AND PRESS ASSOCIATION TELEGRAMS.] FRANCE. PARIS, Saturday.-The Bourse unsettled, Rentes tiosed 65frs. 62c. The Decentralisation Committee has approved of the election of Mayors by the Communal Councils. VERSAILLES, Saturday.The statement that M. Thiers has addressed the Belgian Government respect- ng the residence of the Count de Chambord in Belgium is false. The Prefect of Lyons, and several others, are here. PARIS, Saturday.—It is denied that differences exist the Cabinet respecting Catholic petitions, or that Thiers has declared France the protector of Catholi- cism; also denied that negociations for Treaty of Commerce with Italy hare been interrupted and that all early loan is contemplated. GERMANY. BERLIN, Saturday.-The North German Gazette., in an •^rticle on Cardinal Antonelli's letter to the Bishop of ^trasburg, says the fact that at Home a new arrange- ment is desired, does not give a right claim to its fulfil- ment. The Government will regulate the position of affairs by legislation. Prince Bismarck gives a dinner to-day to all the Am- bassadors. GREECE. ATHENS, Friday.—The King and Queen of Denmark leave here to-day for Italy. AUSTRIA. « YIKNNA, Saturday.—A decree issued to-day orders that the proceedings of the old Catholic parties shall not be officially recognised. ITALY. ROME, Saturday,A statement that Signor Viseomte Ivellsola had requested the powers to withdraw their Jrepresentatives from the Pope is denied. The Cham- ber of Deputies has approved a supplementary grant of twelve million lira for milit try expenses. The com- mittee on the financial measures of the Government Accepts the proposal to issue notes to the amount of ■aree hundred millions lira in five years, and agrees the proceeds of the sale of ecclesiastical property °nds being paid into the treasury for the next five Years, it assents to the conversion of the national loan Consolidated stock at the rate of 5-40. It approves the merease of the tax on petroleum, and partially also the 8.x on tissues proposed, and accepts other administra- te propositions. Signor Leila agrees to the com- mittee's conclusions. AMERICA. NEW YORK, Saturday.—All the Washington corres- pondents state that the tone of Mr. Fish's reply is emi- ne»tly pacific.

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. -_-'._

,J(. T, _ CWMAVON.

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