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THE LATEST LONDON INTELLIGENCE. o The Madrid Gazette states that Col. Hoyos had defeated at Valderas a body of 250 rebels mounted, under the command of Cliebillas and Villabolos. The Memorial des Pyrenees" gives a report that Merino has been c;iptared in a convent in Castile.; bnt the report requires confirmation. The Carlists are sa d to be at Bnrunda 6000 strong. General Rodil and General Murillu haveentered Portugal to seize the person of Don Carlos, who narrowly escaped being captured by the former at Miranda. Intelligence received from Lisbon to the 9th inst. confirms the previous accounts of the con- tinuance of the main armies in their respective positions at Siintareni, and of the declining for- tunes of Don Pedro in the Algarves. Lagos j was cloaety besieged by a M ignelite force of 8,000 men, and unless relieved, must speedily fall. (Albion.) Col. Hare, who is supposed to be commis- sioned to offer terms of accommodation from Don Pedro, has made a third visit to the head qnarters of Don Miguel, but the result is not known. The Brussels papers s!ate that on the arrival of Baron Verstotk Van Soelen at Vienna as a member of the Congress, the Emperor of Austria dismissed M. de Loe, the Belgian minister from his capital. At the same time the Belgian Ambas- sador at Berlin quitted that capital precipitately. The Council of Manufactures at Paris has voted in a con^i.iry sense to the Council of Com- merce;, upon the questioH of cast iron, as it re- commends that the present duties should be maintained. It also reccommeBds the continuance of the present duties on coals, but has voted for <he exemption from duty of-snch coals as are used -in steam navigation, and wishes for the abolition of duties on navigation in the interior of the country. The Council of Agriculture his also voted for the maintenance of the coal duties. The Cape de Verd Islands have recognized Donna Maria's government A numerous meeting took place on Wednesday, at Lloyd's to take into consideration the question that the Committee be requested to put them- selves in communication with the Chairman (Mr. Aid. Thomson,) for the purpose of requesting him to withdraw his letter of resignation." An ani- mated discussion ensued, in which the hon. Alderman triumphantly vindicated the conduct die had pursued. On the question beiug put, the votes were For the motion 245 Against it 240

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