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ntervention other than that of France. It is untrue that a Russian fleet is to replace the French fleet at Gaeta. Germany. It is said that the German Diet will refuse to recognize any representative from Sardinia, under the new Italian annexations to the Kingdom. The German army is said to be ready to meet any enemy. Austria. The Austrian Ministers have been ordered to put the new ordinance into effect immediately A provisional electoral law is to be adopted for Hungary. The Hungarian Diet assembles April 2d. The disquiet is increasing in Servia. China. The regular China mails had been telegraphed and would be due at London in time for the steamer Niagara. The terms of the treaty of peace provide, among other things, that all the important Chinese ports shall be opened, and inland foreign trade allowed. Chinese Ambassadors are to reside in England. Exchange rates had declined at Hong Kong 3-4 per cent. The Russian Ambassador
The Daily Dispatch: January 25, 1861., [Electronic resource], A man killed by a lion at Astley's Theatre — a Thrilling scene. (search)
wers. --France, England, and Russia--by which France was to hold Syria, England to take Egypt, and Russia to advance to Constantinople. Austria was to resign Venetian for a sum of money, and be indemnified by the Turkish provinces lying next to Hungary, and Hungary was to be reconciled to Austria by the restoration of her ancient constitution. Poland was to be restored, and the Turkish dominions were to compensate the Emperor Alexander. Prussia was to be kept quiet by constituting her the heaHungary was to be reconciled to Austria by the restoration of her ancient constitution. Poland was to be restored, and the Turkish dominions were to compensate the Emperor Alexander. Prussia was to be kept quiet by constituting her the head of Germany, subsidizing all the minor States, and making the King of Prussia monarch of the whole. France was to extend her boundaries to the Rhine, and something else, we forget what, was to be done. This reconstruction of the map of Europe, accomplished with so much ease by an editor sitting in his sanctum, by a mere dash of the pen, wanted one only ingredient to make it perfect, and that was practicability. It could hardly have been dreamed of by the first Napoleon in the plenitude of h