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'l I ,.J d tax 1\1. I just. nd the patory W' 1 d this I ."V by M. —some '5^ O ^4.7 A UOXltJX favour- ssembly 'nment has I y :tj elllbitssy k I- 3il is ,he Jesuit in and by i Out. The g a supplementary t tsubject at )g the incde and the < .provisions are to be propose to 'oiumitW will report Oi the order j. mem- ,5s by whuh the Jesuit ordet ve i, j,reSSlve bi On.slSt in divestiru seci characto; and,, natt: "whom tWExecuuv^, ;,t toUch ll,n ^t^>ovisio^of fhe new in accordant ihisjt^ye t]ie on the Lake of fcaac^ ^^posed iv.^r. proprietor- -r. V ^"n^SverBment "hae a geveo. inspedlorS^rj,eneW. OO^SSIONS TO ALSm ■Wv^, Friday.—An cxpeditfeii1 tjfficeTS KLyft- raidt^iu the general staii| la, u ±0 jfflJJtf^jlMft'reconjiaisailces, to d^visbji £ 0„ fortiiication sj stem of ■ajjssjfi^^iday, -^The Grorernmeut only agrw Howard. J" ^re' fixed for August 24th, and will meet onSept. 15th.' .ftf^jLpfc, Saturday.—The Senate'and Congress MsAwraBP b3" d«cre^: Election are fcxed tor *K^|Sg^4t1i, and the new- Cortes^ convoked for iro;' Friday.—The Corrqtpoifdencia of this iSygj^pg announces that thtr Grbiemment Duly I to-Jay to release Dr. HÔWjrc1, thanks t1>!1 iroc3 offices of General Sickles,- and in conse- gnence of the nature of the.charge brought against SeD°r Balmaseda, Captain-GenertLP^ 'rsected here. During his absence Gfenera ,a f be entrusted ad interim with the command ox *MadRId> Satiirday.To^ar-s gazette contains ■i,. ,re9 dissolving the Senate an-1 tne Congress, -J5 the elections for the 24th o- August, an oon^oli»g the new Cortes for t a* 15 th « eP" tember' U AMERICA. Bureau NaW Y«k, Friday. —-ih^> lSk; assassij ,{ Jam*° gj ^5^. News received from J%es*the k'dowing: change m the r A _■ Foreign Affairs Gomez ilnistei jugtice Jrancesdo Mezia lezia remains in the Cabinet ■V .YS alUS TELEORiX. ] L. TJ,,At to-day's meeting ot tne &r}^al, it was proposed -on behalf of QS^rnment that counsel should be o»TklCfdes in support of their respective em! Majority of the Arbitrators declined. ,Q;f • the present. An adjournment until ■h ,^ly was then decided upon. 7viterden and Sir Roundell l e I Aord Chief Justice Cockburn, Mr. Ban- ,rc.i.b vanes, and Count Sclopis leave to morrow. DENMARK. ["times" telegram.] "^exuagex, Friday.—The .Queen and Princess y.'a returned to-day via Lubeck. They landed Copenhagen, and proceeded in a carriage to nfetorfF Castle. ,1 fhe Minister Krieger has exchanged the Jartment of -Justice for that of Finance ^ind Tucceeded^in trie Ministry of Justice by Judge iIl.

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