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lished. Prince Gortschakoff tells Earl Russell that it is useless to prolong discussion which merely developed and conforms differences of opinion. As to his "responsibility," the Emperor says that he has always respected the principles of international law in dealing with other States, and that he is entitled to require other powers to respect these principles in their relations with him. The reply to France is the same in effect as that to England; but Prince Gortschakoff tells Drouyn de L'Huys that Russia cannot permit of provinces to which no international stipulations apply to being even incidentally alluded to. The Russian Emperor, in a speech, had promised reforms and extended privileges to Poland. The Russians sustained a defeat at Lutomierz on the 30th of August, and also at Magovien on the 12th of September. There appears to be trouble brewing between Germany and Denmark. The army of the latter is being placed on a war footing in consequence of certain