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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. "n- [Rr::i.7TEI::S AXD PRESS ASSOCIATION TELEGRAMS.] 4 FRANCE. > ERSAILLES, Friday afternoon.—Reported -spu-acy of Monarchists parties is formally denied. Yesterclay the Foreign Ministers again announced to M. De Remusat that their respective govern- ments were unable to modify the treaties of commerce. PARIS, Friclr.y.—Rentes, 53f. 8oe. REPORTED ROYALIST CONSPIRACY. [FROM THE" DAILY XEV/S CORRESPONDENT.] PARIS, Thursday Night.—Great uneasiness is evinced by the heavy fall at the Bourse. The fall was greater on the Boulevard at a later hour. There is much talk of a Royalist scheme to put Marshal MacMahon in the place of M. Thiers. The says that M. Thiers has abundant evi- dence of a conspiracy, and has taken measures to put it down. The rumour is contradicted, how- ever, in many quarters, that MacMahon has been I sent away for a month en conj/c. The Due de Broglie is said to be the leader of the conspiracy. After M. Thiers left, a, pitiful Byzantine contest took place on the election of a reporter. Seven voted for M. Scherer, who wanted to put in the report a phrase in praise of M. Thiers and seven for the Due de Broglie, who, while voting for the Treaty, wants to blame, or at least snub him. The tie will be settled to-morrow, by the vote of M. Bompard, now absent. The Assembly resumed the adjourned debate on the tax on commercial transactions. M. Pouyer-Quertier supported M. Thiers' views on raw materials, which he thought the best of all possible taxes but considered negotiation with foreign countries should precede the vote. M. Thiers, in a few short observations, successfully rebutted an attempt of M. Johnston to put him in contradiction with himself. THE NETHERLANDS. THE HAGUE, Friday.—In the new Cabinet, M. de Vries is Minister of Justice, M. Geertrund of Interior, M. Gerickefor Foreign Affairs, and Count Van Lainburg, Interum of War. DENMARK THE COPENHxCGEN EXHIBITION. ["TIMES" TELEGRAM]. COPENHAGEN, Thnrsday.-To-daya Congress of Scandinavian statesmen and scientific celebrities was opened at Christiansborg Palace to discuss certain prominent questions of political economy. The King and Crown Prince were present. The abolition of the existing Mint system, and a transi- tion to the English or the German gold coinage system were proposed. SWEDEN. STOCKHOLM, Thursday.—The Ministerial crisis in Norway has been terminated by the appoint- ment of Canon Essendrop, Minister of Public Works, and Captain Segelcke Minister of War. ROUMANIA. BUCHAREST, Thursday.—The Conservative jour- nals rejoice in An avoidance of a conference on the Roumanian Jews. AUSTRIA AND RUSSIA. VIENNA, Friday.—The lfreuse of to-day states that the news of the establishment of a Russian Consulate General at Pesth is confirmed, and that M. de Blumer, the secretary of the Russian Lega- tion at Dresden, will probably be selected for the post. TURKEY. GREAT CONFLAGRATION. CONSTANTINOPLE, Thursday.—An extensive fire broke out this morning in a district of Scutari, principally inhabited by poor persons, and up to the present time 1000 houses are burnt down.

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