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THE EUROPEAN WAR.

ENGAGEMENT BETWEEN THE AUSTRIANS…

RUMOURED ENTRY OF THE AUSTRIANS…

PRUSSIA.

MILITARY REVOLT IN MADRID.

MILITARY REVOLT AT GERONA.I

ENTRY OF THE PRUSSIANS INTO…

CAPITULATION OF THE HANOVERIAN…

GREAT BATTLE NEAR VERONA.

AMERICA.

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AMERICA. NEW YORK, JUNE 13. The F'enians under Spear recrossed the border ot" Saturday morning, except ISO men, who remained the vicinity of Pigeon-hill, plundering. Of these were captured by the Canadians, and one Spear surrendered with his staff to Colonel Livings^ Spear surrendered with his staff to Colonel LivingsOJJ of the Federal army. Reports are circulated by sympathisers that the British troops pursued men over the frontier, killing one and oapturife several en American soil. This has been diepro?00 by the investigations made by General Me!ôd.e. The Fenians are leaving the border, and going their homes in great numbers. Only 800 ireraaic0^ at Malone yesterday. The Federal have made several additional seizures of Feni8" arms. Spear, Sweeny, and Mahony have been r0' leased at St. Alban's, on giving bail of 5,000 doll^ each. Roberts has also been released on parole u»t Friday, when his trial for breach of the neutrals laws will be continued. It had been ordered by Friday, when his trial for breach of the neutrals laws will be continued. It had been ordered by Washington authorities to hold him in custody he furnished bonds to keep the peace. It is report0 that the Attorney-General Speed has decided that Fenians must be indicted for breach of the neutrality laws. Fenianism was emphatically denounced from » the Catholic pulpits in Canada on Sunday last. the Catholic pulpits in Canada. on Sunday last. Wø.t" rants have been issued for the arrest of all the proo minent Fenians throughout Canada, and the Feili%O prisoners are to bo tried by a military court a Montreal. „ ofl In the House of Representatives a resolution been referred to /the Cpmmittee on Foreign expressing sympathy with the Fenians, and insferu^ ing the committee to report the bill repealing t» Neutrality Act of 1818 j altso a resolution that the President should reconsider his policy to the Fenians, and adopt as nearly as possible exactcourse pursued by Great Britain during the rebellion, recognising1 the contending parties as b0 ligerenta, and observing between them strict neutrals'

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IHEAD-QUARTERS OF THE ITALIAN…

THE BATTLE BEFORE VERONA.

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DECLARATION OF WAR BETWEEN…

PASSAGE OF THE MINCIO BY THE…