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c. It is said that they did so in revenge for the barbarous treatment the released prisoners, their countrymen, had received. A treasury containing a large quantity of gold ingots and sycee silver, is under charge of a guard, and is to be divided between the English and French. The total of property destroyed would amount to a large installment of the indemnity claimed. In one of the ante-rooms of the state bedroom at the summer palace, the treaty of Tien-tein, in English and Chinese, signed by Lord Elgin, was found. It had been thrown on the ground by some one, and lay in the heap of broken articles, till the English paper evidently attracted the eye of the person who discovered it. A general order from the British Commander-in-Chief desired that all articles taken by officers and men were to be sent in for sale by public auction for the benefit of the army, which was done. All were permitted to have the articles they had brought away for themselves valued, and
The Japanese Embassy in china. --The United States steam-frigate Niagara, with the Japanese on board, arrived at Hong Kong on the 22d of October. They were visited on board by U. S Minister Ward, the British Admiral in port, and other distinguished persons. The next day a boat load of them went ashore, and attracted even more attention than they did in America, crowds of Chinese dogging their steps all over the city. The Niagara was to leave for Japan in a few days, and would return to Hong Kong in six weeks.
American steamer in Chinese waters. The fastest steamer in Chinese waters is the Yang-Teze, built at New York. She clears thousands of dollars every trip between Hong Kong and Shanghai, merely by carrying news ahead of the mail steamer, which she always beats by twenty-four hours. The Willamette and Flying Cloud, both built in the United States, are the fastest boats on the Canton river, and have completely run the English steamers off the track. All these vessels carry the "Stars and S steamer in Chinese waters. The fastest steamer in Chinese waters is the Yang-Teze, built at New York. She clears thousands of dollars every trip between Hong Kong and Shanghai, merely by carrying news ahead of the mail steamer, which she always beats by twenty-four hours. The Willamette and Flying Cloud, both built in the United States, are the fastest boats on the Canton river, and have completely run the English steamers off the track. All these vessels carry the "Stars and Stripes,"