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A WIFE'S PRIVILEGES.

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FRANCE. 1 PARIS, May 29. The Prince Imperial came this morning to the Tui- leries, where he walked in the garden with the Emperor, the Empress, and the Ministers. He returned imme- diately afterwards to St. Cloud. The Journal de Paris states that the Minister of War has ordered the artillery regiments of the French army to be reduced to a peace footing. The Patrie says We have reason to believe that the French military mission to B ucharest will leaveforthat town at the beginning of June," The same paper quotes a note from the Roumanian Moniteur denying the truth of the rumour that disturbances had broken out in Moldavia, and that the Government had placed restrictions on the religious liberty of the Jews in that country. The Patrie adds that no accusation of this nature had been made against the Roumanian Government, but only against the Minister who had issued the circular against the Jews. The circular, it says, has now been withdrawn, for the honour of the Moldo-Wallachian Government. The Paris journals publish a letter from M. Cremieux, confirming the reports of the persecution of the Jews. The fete last night at the Austrian Embassy was splendid. The Emperor, the Empress, the Crown Prince, and Crown Princess of Prussia, and the Duke of Leuch- tenberg were present.

THE EASTERN QUESTION.

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FEVER IN THE MAURITIUS.

FEMALE MEDICAL SOOIETY.

--'111 THE TAILORS' STRIKE.

MEETING OF THE OPERATIVE TAILORS.

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