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lleged reason for the resignations is that the decree for the dissolution of the Chambers had not obtained the royal signature. It was rumored that Marshal Narvaez had been summoned to form a new ministry; but nothing certain was known. Madrid was tranquil. A Madrid telegram, of the 27th, says, Marshal Narvaez has lost ground. Public opinion is not favorable to a Cabinet formed under his Presidency. Mm. Mon, Mayans, and General Concha have been summoned to the Palace. Nothing, however, is yet decided upon. Madrid, Feb. 28, 1863. The Marqu's Boreb has been charged with the formation of the new Ministry. Rumors are current that Senors Mon., Mayans and Canavans will enter the Cabinet, but nothing is yet decided. --There is no longer any question of Marshal Narvaez being called upon to form an Administration. The new Ministry is as follows: President of the Council, Minister of War and the Colonies, Lucro; Foreign Affairs, Pasada Herrera; Interior; Canovas