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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. I ———*——— I [REUTER'S AND PRESS ASSOCIATION TELEGRAMS.] a FRANCE. ( VERSAILLES, Monday.—Pouyer Quertier will have an interview with M. Thiers, this morning. It is believed the Finance Minister will resign. t. THREATENED REPRISALS IN FRANCE. F PARIS, Monday Evening.—Several Ambassadors have threatened reprisals in case France continues to levy duties contrary to existing Treaties of Commerce. PARIs.Rentes closed at 56f. 62c. ROUEN, Monday.—The trial of M. Janvier de la Motto f or embezzlement, has t)-day resulted in a ver- dict of 11 Not Guilty." BELGIUM. BRUSSELS, Monday Evening. The Independence Beige has information that the German Government Schools Inspection Bill will probably pass. AUSTRIA. VIENNA, March 3.—A decree of the Minister of Public Worship orders that none of the documents issued by the Old Catholic parties, or the actions of their priests, shall be recognised by the State. The credit of half a million florins, demanded of the | Reichsrath by Government, is intended for the tem- porary assistance of necessitous Roman Catholio priests until their income shall be regulated by the new law, which is being prepared on the subject, and which is already in a forward state. RUSSIA. ST. PETERSBURGIR, March 3.—The German officers in the Russian army have published an appeal to all sub- jects of the German Empire residing in Russia to celebrate the birthday of the Emperor William, which occurs on the 22nd of March. It is intended to give a public banquet, and the question of organising a national fete is under consideration. GREECE. ATHENS, March 3.—The Royal family of Denmark have left here for Naples. About the end of the month they will meet the Prince and Princess of Wales at Como, Italy. t The electoral Colleges for the election of the members of the Chamber of Deputies will be convoked on the 9th !t,. of March. !jJ AMERICA. !K' THE ALABAMA CLAIMS. NEW YORK, Saturday.—Mr. Secretary Fish's reply to Plarl Granville went by to-day's mail. It has not pub- licly transpired, but the Washington correspondents of the principal morning and evening journals agree in repiesenting its tone to be eminently pacific. NEw YORK, Monday.—The World deprecates abuse of Mr. Gladstone. It considers the treaty under the r American interpretation has completely broken down. INDIA. END OF THE LOOSHAI WAR. F CALCUTTA, March 4, 10.30 a.m.—General Brownlow Reports on February 28th, that Sylhoo chiefs, represent- ing entire tribes, have submitted on the same terms as We Howlongs. The expedition is substantially ended, and the troops returning. Major Macdonald, with an escort of the Ghoorkas, proceeds to the Sookpilals country to COtnplete a road between Cachar and Chittagong.

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