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1 SPAIN. Madrid journals of the 12th instant Hare arrived. Not content with having- a quarrel with England on their hand, the Madrid Government are. it appears; desirous also cf embroiling themselves-with France. The Espmut is furious to-day- at the idea of the French authorities venturing to search Queen Christina's palace at Paris, and also the residence of the lately appointed. Spanish Consul, Senor Griinaldi, who, though not a Spaniard, has Been preferred to that office for former services rendered to that lady. The Paris letter of the Eapercmza speaks of Senor Grimaldi as being' compromised—and deeply compro- mised—in a process about distribution of funds to the insur- gents of Paris, and it may be inferred that whatever he has done has been in compliance with instructions of some kind. The Montemolinists in Catalonia and Arragon continue to •yain ground, and it is now admitted by the most ardent supporters of the Madrid' Government, that if Cabrera is not'speedily put down the affair may become serious. The Montemolinists were for six hours in possession of Gracia, Montemolinists were for six hours in possession of Gracia, one of the suburbs of Barcelona. A M-ontemolinist guerilla, band has been formed in the mountains of Toledo, and several young men have left Madrid to join It. Several Montemolinist bands have appeared in Estremadura. Cabrera was near Olot on the O;T;. A detachment of thirty infantry and a squadron of the Principe Cavalry have gone over to the Garlists, taking- with them their arm;, horses, and accoutrements. The insurrec- tion in Navarre is every day gaining strength. Letters from San Roque and Valencia speak of the em- barkation of upwards of one hundred political prisoners from AWecivcs for Ceuta, and state that another train of the same number left Valencia on the 7th in the Blasco de Garay steamer. Senor Sanchez Gata, ex-political chief of Sara- gossa, was among the number. The Infanta Josefa has caused her marriage with Senor .GualL of Rente, which had given so much offence to the 'Queen, to be annulled. The ex-husband has been arrested. In the Basque Provinces the Monte-molmists have obtained several advantages, On the 13th, they surprised Colonel Iriarte between the villages of Epinal and Biscarrete, and fotd him to take refuge in Epinal, with the loss of several of his men killed, and more wounded. There were four hundred Montemolinist infantry engaged in this affair besides cavalry.

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