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MILITARY REVOLT IN SPAIN.

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MILITARY REVOLT IN SPAIN. L MADRID, JAN. 10, EVENING. Ihe latest official dispatches announce that General Prim's carriage and baggage had fallen into the hands ot the Royal troops. He is still stated to be in the mountains of Toledo, manoeuvring to reach the Portu- guese frontier. Columns have been Bent to cut off his retreat by way of Estramadura. The rumour current here that General Concha was wounded is officially denied. After arriving at Madrid he had an interview with Marshal O'Donnell. At eleven last night an alarm, which lasted a short time, was given, but quiet is now completely re- established. Some anxiety continues to prevail. The authorities of Saragossa and Barcelona tele- graphed to the Government on the 10th that perfect order reigned. Later official intelligence from the scene of operations saysGeneral Prim is retreating precipitately towards Portugal by Paente del Arzobispo. The principal mountain passes are held by the Royal troops. # The dispersion of the insurgents is complete. Tranquillity prevails throughout the country." MADRID, JAN. 15. ihe insurgents under General Prim are officially announced to be still retreating precipitately towards Portugal. Order prevails throughout Spain. It is stated that General Prim is now on the height of Merida, on the Guadiana, but it is thought that a column of Royal troops will succeed in preventing the escape of the insurgents into Portugal. The Cotrespondencia says: "The Government will continue to act in a spirit of legality, toleration, and liberty. Measures of economy will be proposed, the taxes will be reduced, and every liberty will be granted, compatible with order."

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