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BAXAINE. I Yè,J;lUI<S, Vi; w-—Marshal Bazame, H -H i Mi. 1\1'1'I'iz,'d of the commutation of it.|itoiuv, wrote the following letter to Marshal M'Mahon:—" Y ou have remembered the Juvs in winch wo served our country to- ""tli,-I', and I fear that the impulse of your ?:vt!riiiastered Staw considerations. 1 should have died without regret, since the re- iiiumieiidation to mercy mado to you by my judges vindicates my hOllour." MaitroLacliaud, Marshal Bazaine'scounsel, has written to M, Thiers thanking him in the Marshal's name and his own for believing his client innocent of the charges made against him, for encouraging the defence by his sympathy for tho accused, and for having assisted him by his advice. I'AKIS, DUE. 14, EVENING.—The report published here that M. Thiers had written a letter to Marshal IPMahon in favour of Marshal Ie is devoid of foundation. THE GERMAN IIRESS ON THE JUDGMENT. 15KKLI.V, DKC. 1 -.—Comments upon the ii8ue of the Bazaine trial continue to be made here in the same strain as those noted yesterday. In the fact that a general may inrfeit his life for having in a revolution re- mained true to the Government hitherto ixisting, it is considered that a very danger- tils precedent has been established which Jla)" change the whole military organism of the country. The reasons adduced for the commutation (If the sentence are ridiculed as being vir- tually a condemnation of the whole proceed- ings. The French Court, it is said, blows hot and cold in the same breath. THE SUBMARINE TUNNEL BETWEEN FRAXCE AND ENGLAND. The Commission on the project of a sub- marine tunnel between France and England held a sitting to-day. Many delegate engi- neers, Ac., were present, and the meeting was unanimously of opinion that the estab- lishment of a submarine railway between tho two countries should be declared to be a mat- ter of public utility. The English engineer, Mr. Lowe, advocated a counter scheme. The commissioners have terminated their labours.

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