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the purchase of horses had been made in Eastern Prussia for the French and Piedmontese Governments. France. The Bourse was depressed. Rents 67f. 75 The Empress Engenia is not allowed to attend Cabinet meetings, as formerly. Italy. The siege of Gaeta continues day and night. The garrison replied. It was reported that the young Queen had left. Turkey. The Jedda claims have been definitely settled. They are to be paid in full in Turkish consols at 53. China. The text of the Chinese treaty is published. It contains a reference to Mr. Ward's agreement to pay sovereign homage to the Emperor, but the telegraphic summary at Liverpool makes the sense obscure. The English indemnity is nominally three millions sterling, which is considered too small. The United States steamer Hartford and sloop-of-war John Adams were at Hong Kong, and the gunboat Saginaw at Shanghai. India. The London Times says Nana Sahib is still alive, with 3,000
had opened negotiations with Rome for the complete abolition of the Concordat. Accounts from Hungary are very unsatisfactory. No taxes were being paid. China. The Overland mail has arrived. Lord Elgin is expected to leave China early in the year. The second regiment was about to leave, and twelve men-of-waChina early in the year. The second regiment was about to leave, and twelve men-of-war were also coming home. The fate of the entire party of prisoners taken Sept. 18, has been ascertained. The death of Captain Brabazon occurred on the 1st, and he was saved much suffering that others underwent. He was beheaded by the order of a Tartar General. The Abbe de Luc was beheaded at the same time. The ch is considered the lowest seat. On the return of the Ambassador and Commander-in-Chief, the streets were occupied by the troops, so that the capital of the Chinese Empire was in actual possession of the British. Prince Kung said to Lord Elgin that many mistakes had been made in their intercourse with foreigners, but he hoped f