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EXPULSION OF LADIES FROM ROME.

THE DOLGELLEY VESTRY.

THE UNIVERSITY BOAT RACE.

THE IRON, TIN PLATE, AND COAL…

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. Paris, April 12 th. Yesterday numerous seditious placards were posted in various quarters of Paris. Men in blouses were stationed before them who declared that they should not be torn down, nevertheless they were all removed by the police, and thirty individuals who attempted to oppose the officials were arrested. The Ministerial crisis continues, but efforts are being made to retain Count Daru in the Ministry. It is hoped that some solution will be arrived at to-day. Madrid, April 11th. Further details of the attack upon Gracia have been re- ceived. Troops attacked the town by call, and the insurgents then left the town to gain the mountains, but found the neighbourhood occupied by troops, and not wishing to fight in the open country they returned to Gracia. In the first attack the insurgents had a slight loss. Upon their return to Gracia they endeavoured to occupy the houses, and thus continue the contest, but they found them all shut against them. Many of the in- surgents were killed and wounded by the troops. Liverpool, April 12th. The Liverpool, Brazilian, and River Plate mail steamer Tycho Brahe, from the Brazils, arrived this evening. The intelligence of the death of Lopez, which was signalled to Holyhead this evening, is fully confirmed. General Camera marched from Conception and defeatd L-pez at Aquibma. Lopez refused to surren 1: and f fighting. The remnant of hie arjrf were made prisoners.

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