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TERMINATION OF THE INSURRECTION.

BOHEMIA.

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BOHEMIA. SUPPRESSION OF THE INSURRECTION AT PRAGUE. The Lelpsic Gazette contains the following intelligence from Dresden, June 20th, 6. A.M. :— The military are now completely masters of the city of Prao-ue. The students, as well as the inhabitants, have been obliged to give up their arms. The National Guards intend restoring them as soon as order shall be re-esta- blished. Martial law has been proclaimed with its utmost rigour; any person who is found with weapons in his hands is to be shot on the spot. Of the thirteen hostages which have been demanded by Prince Windischgratz, not above six have yet been delivered, among whom are Palazky, Bann Villiani, Claudi (the investigator of the students), and Wanka. The others have fled or are concealed. Paster, who has likewise been demanded by Prince Windischgratz, was arrested by the authorities at Pilzen, but the inhabitants rose against the burgomaster, and compelled him to liberate the leader of the Czechs, who has consequently escaped. White flags have been hoisted on the houses in Prague. The first despatches which were sent off likewise carried white flags, which were hailed with enthusiasm at all the stations they brought in- telligence to by many an anxious expectant, and were looked upon as the token that peace and order were re-established. Count Leo Than did not consider himself safe in the country of the Czechs, and has therefore adopted a new disguise, in which he arrived here. It .is not known whether he pro- ceeded further.

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