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th all the demands of the Montenegrins. Portugal. The Cortes has confirmed the authorization of the Government for opening the ports for the importation of grain. India and China. The Bombay mail of July 27th had reached Malta. The cholera was ravaging the famine districts. The harvest prospects were cheerful. The famine expenditure was expected to cease in October. The French had claimed protection over Madagascar. The dates from Calcutta were to July 29th. The prospects of the indigo crop were bad. Incessant rain prevailed. The money market was stringent. Imports were weaker, and prices lower in some cases. The journals report that five cities of Tartary have been made over to the Russians by the Emperor of China. A new insurrection had broken out near Pekin. Japan. Shanghai dates to July 4th say that the relations between the European and Japanese Governments are likely to be disturbed. Foreign merchants were