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FOREIGN INTELLIGENC ii. [REUTER'S AND PRESS ASSOCIATION TELEGRAMS.] FRANCE. VERSAILLES, Tuesday.—M. Pouyer Qnertier's resigna- tion will be presented to M. Thiers to-day. M. Rouber's election will be confirmed. PAHIS, Tuesday afternoon. Bourse firm, Rentes closed at £ >6f. 70c. AUSTRIA. VIENNA, Tnesilay Evening.—The Upper House of the Reicbsrath has adopted by 72 to 10, the bill for Compulsory Election, thus securing the requisite two-thirds majority. ITALY. Ro--NrE,Alonday.-It is stated that Prince Frederick Wil- liam has promised Italy the support of Germany against France. SWITZERLAND. BERNE, March 4.—The Council of the States has adopted the resolution of the National Council by 19 against 18 votes that primary education shall also be 11 placed under the supervision of the Confederation. BERNE, Tuesday.-Tl-le revision of the Constitution is at last ended, and the National Council and the Council of the States have been dismissed to their homes. RUSSIA AND TURKEY. The Monday Review of Vienna publishes the follow- ing from Constantinople The Porte having ad- dressed a friendly inquiry to the Russian Government relative to the arming'of the Black Sea fleet, Prince Gortschakoff replied that the arming of twenty-five Vessels has taken place with the sole end of experiment- ing on their manoeuvring capabilities and exercising their crews. The reply adds that the Government does not intend to construct any more large vessels in the Ports of the Black Sea, or to augment the numbers at Present in those waters."

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE., ---

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HOUSE OF LORDS.—TUESDAY.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.—TUEBDAY.

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CARDIFF.

HAVERFORDWEST.

MERTHYR.

IBRITON FERRY.

ABERDARE.

CARMARTHENSHIRE SPRING ASSTZES.

POCKING AND FATAL ACCIDENT…

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