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FOREIGN NEWS. France continupstranqnil., Troops still pour in, and every preparation is being taken to prevent another outbreak. The state of, siege is to some extent maintained, and a camp of -50,000 men will be formed. Unfortunately, there are yet thousands of unemployed workmen, who, it is to be feared, are disaffeetecl, and will'-nat forego any opportunity to pour their wrath on the authorities. Taking all things into con- sideration the wise forbearance of Cavaignac is, very praise- worthy. Spain is in- a state of rebellion owing to the Carlist outbreak. An armistice of three months has been, concluded between Denmark and the Gerllluniepowers Though the time is long, let us,hope.that during the interval the parties will reckon the cost of way, and be disposed to adopt peace. Archduke John lias consented to accept the Regentship of Germany. Italy is as far as ever from peace. Charles Albert and Austria are likely to hold out for some time, Peace has been concluded between the United' State3 and Mexico.

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