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TOWH T-A-LIC.

SUMMARY OF PASSING EVENTS.

STOPPAGE OF THE LEEDS BANE.

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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

PRUSSIA.

--THE INSURRECTION IN CANDIA.…

AUSTRIA AND PRUSSIA.

QUARANTINE AT MALTA.

RESIGNATION OF GENERAL LA…

PRUSSIA AND BADEN.

AUSTRIA.

INSURRECTION OF POLISH EXILES…

THE ATLANTIC CABLE.

FRANCE.. , OA

- ITALY.

MEXICO.

'AThlERICA.^r

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AThlERICA. r NEW YORK, August 10. Governor Wells, of Louisiana, has issued an address justify ing the assembling of the Free State Convention in New Orleans, and declaring that its opponents had concerted a plan to break it up by force. He states that the rebel feeling of the slaveholding aristocracy is not yet extinguished, and that they seek to retain political power by the same spirit of political violence by which their chiefs, sustained their suprssaaoy before the war. If the :military be withdrawn he declares the lives of Union men will not be safe. Military law prevails in New Orleans, and the sale of arms and ammunition is forbidden. ) A member of the Free State Convention has made j affidavits, charging the mayor and sheriff with com- I I plieity in homicide during the riots. The inspector of the Freedmen's Bureau reports that the system of contracts enforced by the Bureau is simply slavery in a modified form. i1 Mr. Davis's health is rapidly declining. His counsel is still endeavouring to obtain his release on bail. Queen Emma of the Sandwich Islands is receiving much attention from the public functionaries in New York. The cholera in this city continues abating.

THE ARMISTICE BETWEEN AUSTRIA…

THE AWFUL FIRE AT ANTWERP.

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