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TURKEY AND GREECE. THE PEACE NEGOTIATIONS. ,'H A.J3ATISFACTOBY CONFERENCE; -I It is understood that the peace negotiatioesconfer- ence at Constantinople on Saturday was satisfactory in its result. Theopiniot* is now entertained in diplomatic ciitjlep. that the, Porte may propose the cession of Crete tp Greece in exchange for Theesaly. and if stick aft arrangement were .agreed to, would renounce the demand for a watindemnity. This suggestion is fayourably entertained by certain politicians as offer- ing the best solvitio.n of the difficulty, although strong doubts are expressed wbethe^such a proposal would receive the anent of the Powers. The Constantinople correspondent of the Paris Jemrnal states that be has had an interview with the Gfand Vizier, who informed hina that in bis opinion an agreement would, shortly be arrived Sjt on all tho points in dispute between Greece and Turkey, if the Powers would consent to give Turkey territorial com- peusation coatmensurate with the sacrifices which she had made in men and money. The correspon- dent adds that, the. question of the-evacuation of Thessuly will bq ,Oifficult tg, decide as Turkey adheres to her original demands. lp consequence 'thb ati.rude of Great Britain,is .l^ecoming daily more decided.. She seems to .understand that most of the Ambassadors are the playthings of The Porte, and-it is believed that England frill eventually withdraw frdm the Concert. The most optimistic, adds the despatch, do not believe that peace, can possibly concluded within the next twp months unless one Power should by the exercise ot bru force make the Porte yield on all points. 1 The Greek Minister of War has returned to Athens after visiting the Greek camp at Tbermopyla. Entry into the Gulf of Auibrfckia bu been declared free for trading vessels during the daytime. Colonel Palli, Chief of the Greek General Staff! has visited the Turkish camp in order to come to an understanding regarding the Turkish outposts, which, it appears, are constantly advancing beyond the neutral zone. j ad The Governor q Volo,bas issued the following proclamation: By order of the Imperial Govern-i ment, the real and personal property of any persons having left Thessaly and takon refuge elsewhere. who shall not have returned to their homes with their,, families within the space of 15 days, dating front 9 to-day, will be confiscated by the Ottoman Govern- ment. Given at Vblo, June 10, 1837.—Signed, Enver Pasha, Military and Civil Governor."

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