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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. [nEUTER'S IND PRESS ASSOCIATION TELEGRAMS.] -$'" FRANCE. VERSAILLES, Thursday.—The Government will pro- bably oppose the modifications on M. Lefranc's bill. PARIS, Thursday.—It is stated that M. Thiers has offered to M. Pouyer-Qnartier the post of Ambassador at Berlin. PARIS, Thursday.—Rentes closed 5G.50. THE MINISTRY OF FINANCE. PARIS, March 6 (Evening) —The Temps of this even- ing mentions M. Aenoist d'Azy as the possible suc- cesssor of M. Pouyer-Quartier. THE BUDGET COMMITTEE. VERSAILLES, March 6 (10.30 p.m.).-It is stated that the Budget Committee persist in demanding a reduction of 75 million francs in the amount set apart for the sinking fund for 1872. They produce new taxes to pro- duce 140 million francs, and only a further sum of 50 million francs is now required to make up the 265 (? 235) millions demanded by the Government. The committee are willing to grant a small tax on raw mate- rial, excepting textile fabrics, but they reject the in- come-tax on commercial transactions. GERMANY. BERLIN, Thursday. In the Upper House of the Diet, the general debate on the Schools Supervision Bill came to a close this afternoon. AUSTRIA. VIENNA, Thursday.—On the 16th inst., an Interna- tional Conference will be held to adopt measures for Preventing spread of the cattle plague. SPAIN. MADRID, Wednesday.—Preparations aro being made here for an Exhibition in 1873. AUSTRALIA. MELBOURNE, February 16th.-The Rosario has shelled the Island where Bishop Patterson was murdered.

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE.

HOUSE OF LORDS.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.—THURSDAY.

TREDEGAR PARK COURSING CLUB.

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CAERPHILLY.

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