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TERMINATION OF THE INSURRECTION.

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TERMINATION OF THE INSURRECTION. At a quartWr after one the President announced to the Assembly that he had received a note from General Cavaig- nac, stating- that hostilities had re-commenced at ten o'clock, but that shortly afterwards the insurgents of the Faubourg St. Antoine had surrendered unconditionally. The note concluded as follows At the moment I shall be certain that the powers which had been confided to me by the Na- tional Assembly, for the safety of the Republic, shall be no longer necessary, I shall hasten to remit them into the hands of the President." The insurgents at first refused to sur- render unless they were allowed to retain their arms; these terms were of course refused. The attack was commenced, and then they surrendered at discretion, and immediately themselves commenced pulling down the barricades. Orders Z, have been given to close the clubs, and to-suppress all jour- nals which excite the people to civil war, and to prosecute all National Guards who had refused to turn out for duty. Several women selling liquors to the soldiers (cantinieres) were arrested on Sunday, for selling poisoned brandy and wine. The same fact. was repeated in other parts of Paris. Many soldiers have perished in this way.

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