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would be ineffectual. Earl Russell said that France had declined to enter into a similar treaty; but he believed that she would offer no objection to the exercise of its provisions. Lord Palmerston confirmed the statement that Russia had recognized Italy, and said that he believed Prussia would do the same. After considerable debate a resolution against the English forces interfering in China was rejected. It was rumored that the Galway subsidy would be restored. General Prim had arrived in England. The U. S. corvette Tuscarora arrived at Southampton on the 7th inst., from Cardia. The object of her visit was unknown. France. Rumors that France would back out from the Mexican expedition continued. The Paris Constitutionnal says that the glory of the French arms once vindicated and money matters settled with Mexico, proceedings against her will terminate. The cotton manufacturers of Rouen had sent a deputation to the Emperor to represent