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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. [REUTER'S AND PRESS ASSOCIATION TELEGRAMS.] .e FRANCE. THE POLITICAL CRISIS. PARIS, March 5. —Strong efforts are being made to induce M. Casimir-Perier to tako the Ministiy of Finance, but hitherto he has refused, and he has pri- vately asserted that he will not accept it. The debate on the Internationale v as continued by M. de Meaux, who combatted the assertion of M. Tolai I respecting the improvement of the French ouvrier. The debate will be continued to-morrow. Although the Papal Nuncio" has left Paris, his depar- ture is declared to have been caused not by the appoint- ment of M. Fournier as French Minister at Rome, but by the illness of a relative. The Prefect of Police has been so alarmed by certain cases of rinderpest in Paris, that he has appointed special inspectors. PARIS, Wednesday Afternoon. Rentes closed at 56f. 60c, VERSAILLES, Wednesday Evening.—The committee on the Press Prosecution Bill has modified it, and struck out Article 2. GERMANY. BERLIN, Wednesday.—The Emperor granted on the anniversary of the entry into Paris, three hundred thousand thalers each to Prince Frederick Charles, Counte Moltke, Generals Yon Roon and Manteuffel, and smaller rewards to other generals and statesmen. BELGIUM. BRUSSELS, March 5. —During the debate on the Budget for the foreign department a discussion arose in the Chamber of Deputies to-day with regard to the question whether it was desirable that Belgium should detain a Minister at the Papal Court. Oil the part of the Government a conviction was expressed that a Minister should be maintained at the Court of the Pope, ill order to defend the moral and religious interests of the majority of the Belgian population. ROUMANIA. BUCHAREST, March 5.—The Chamber lias passed the tended Budget for 1872, the amount of which is in- Creased by 1,222,671 francs, and the members have taken the Post and Telegraph Treaty into considera- tion. The Senate has passed the bill for the construction of Wie railway from Jassy to the Russian frontier.

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