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TIIE MARRIAGE OF THE MARQUIS…

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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. [REUTER'S AND PRESS ASSOCIATION TELEGRAMS.] 0' FRANCE. THANKSGIVING SERVICES FOR THE PRINCE OF WALES. PARIS, Tuesday.—Lord Lyons attended the Thanks- giving service to-day, in the Rue d'Aguesseau. The church was very full. This ,was also the case in the Avenue Marhenf, notwithstanding that many English residents had gone to London to witness the ceremonies there. VERSAILLES, Wednesday.—Knmours of a message in connection with a plebiscite are contradicted. PARIS, Wednesday.—It is stated that M. Thiers will raise the state of siege in April. PARIS, Wednesday.—It is stated that Powers having Treaties of Commerce with France will remonstrate against the proposed taxes on raw material. A grand diplomatic banquet was given yesterday by M. De Remusat. PARIS, We(iiip-sday.-Tlie Bank of France has re- duced its rate of discount from 6 to 5 per cent. PARIS, Wediiesdity.-It is believed, in diplomatic quarters here, that England will accept the competency of the Geneva Tribunal on indirect damages. VERSAILLES, Wednesday Evening.—The Prussian Government kas notified its willingness to accept anti- cipatory payment of the 410,000,000 francs remaining due on the fourth half milliard, and to allow five per cent. discount. The French Government will at once pay this sum. PABIS, Wednesday Afternoon.—Rentes closed at 56 62. GERMANY. BEKLIN, Weduesday.-A Thanksgiving service for the recovery of the Prince of Wales was held yesterday in the English Church in the castle of Monbyon. BERLIN, Wednesday.-Semi-ol-licial provincial cor- respondents :say the Emperor's health continues to improv# satisfactorily. ITALY. APPROACHING DEPARTURE OF THE POPE FROM ROME. ROME, Tuesday.—The Pope is said to have addressed a letter to the Emperor of Austria, in which he declares that his presence is necessary near Germany, in order to combat the schism which has taken place in that country. His Holiness will probably leave before Easter, accompanied by the foreign Ambassadors ac- credited to him. INDIA. CALCUTTA, Tuesday.—A holiday has been observed here to-day, and thanksgiving services held. CALCUTTA, Wednesday.—General Brownlow is sur- veying the country. The arrangements made with the Howlongs are satisfactory. REJOICINGS IN INDIA. The Governor of Bombay and all the Government officials attended in state a special thanksgiving at the Cathedral, on Tuesday, for the recovery of his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. The Gackwar has placed a lae of rupees at the Governor's disposal for a public work in honour of the event. The Hon. A. D. Sassoon has added 5,000 rupees to his former contri- bution of a lae of rupees for a new High School, as a thanksgiving offering. A number of Parsees, invited by Sir Jamsctjee Jejeebboy, met at the Fire Temple; and the Parsae community, at the request of the Hon. A. D. Sassoon, held a solemn service in their synagogue. At the invitation of the Honourable Manguldass Hnthoobhoy, about 10,000 Bombay Hindoos, of all denominations, assembled to-day, in the Mombadabee Temple, and offered up thanksgivings. Similar meet- ings were held by Mahometans and every sect of Hin- doos. It is estimated that more than 100,000 persons joined in the various services. AMERICA. THE ALABAMA DIFFICULTY. WASHINGTON, Tuesday.—A Cabinet meeting was held to-day to consider the Alabama claims. It is reported that it was decided not to withdraw any part of the claims presented. Mr. Secretary Fish's reply to Earl Granville probably goes by Saturday's steamer. THE REDUCTION OF DUTY ON PIG IRON. The House of Representatives rejected to-day a bill to reduce the duty on pig iron.

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. --------

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TONYREFAIL.

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'W■—IIII MERTHYR.

NEATH.

ST. NICHOLAS.

CARDIFF.

NEWPORT.

CARMARTHEN.

SWANSEA.

BRIDGEND.

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