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A Difficult Nation to Manage.—Greece must „er?J way from prosperity. A correspondent says, it the Chamber could abolish the army and navy, form a Cabinet with only three Ministers, increase the gendarmerie to 3,000 men, and import a good commis- sary of police for Athens, then King George might, before the end of 1865, fulfil his hopes of reigning over a model kingdom. The Greeks would infallibly become a great nation if they had no Government and no great ideas." A Warning to Ladies.—The Publicity of Mar- seilles announces a new kind of strike—that of bachelors. Not fewer than 6,000 young men, it states; of that place, between the age of twenty and thirty, held a meeting in the open air a little way out of the town, and entered into an agreement not to ask any young woman in marriage until a oomplete ohangeshall have been operated in the manner of living, ana par- ticularly in the dress, of the fairer sex. The young men insist on greater simplicity in every respect, and a return to the more modest habits of a century or j two ago. j

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