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THE WINDSOR MURDER.I

THE MANCHESTER SHIP CANAL.I

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THE REVOLT IN CAMBODIA. i

DEATH OF MR. J. P. SMYTH.

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EXTENSIVE FAILURE AT BRISTOL.

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ENGLAND, EGYPT, AND THE POWERS. The French Proposals. I [ltEUTEIi'S TELEGRAM.] PARIS, Monday.—The Temps this evening pub- lishes a telegram from London which, after enumerating the British proposals in regard to Egypt, proceeds to declare that the French oounter-proposals are of a very conciliatory cha- racter, the points in which they differ from the British scheme bearing principally upon three questions. First, France requires that the amount of the new loan guaranteed by England shall be fixed at £ 9,000,000 instead of zC5,030,000, in order that the whole expenditure may be provided for at one blow. The despatch points out thatassuming that the loan will be guaranteed by all the powers,it would be possible for it to be contracted on better terms. Second, France insists upon the separation of the Dairo Samieh from the Domain, and declines to allow the revenue from these sources to be paid into the Bank of England. Third, France does not admit the British pro posals concerning the payment of the interest on the existing debt, but suggests that a special tax be imposed on the coupons. The Temps is in- clined to believe that an understanding will be arrived at between the two countries, pointing out that in several respects the French proposals agree with those of England. They are, more- over, of an exclusively finanoial nature, and in no way affect political sido of the lifrj ptian question.

ITALIAN COLONIAL POLICY.\

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MR GLADSTONE AND PRINCE EDWARD.

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THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS

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