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The condition of Hungary.

--The London Times describes the position of Hungarian affairs. The rupture between Austria and Hungary is complete. No overt insurrection is anticipated, but coercion on one side and passive resistance on the other will be carried as far as they can go. The Hungarians will not recognize the acts of the imperial Government, nor will they pay any taxes into the imperial exchequer. They do not threaten any immediate rebellion, but they instate in plain languages that on the first favorable opportunity they will appeal to arms.

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