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,oreign fntelligente. FRANCE.

,oreign fntelligente. FRANCE.

The Paris papers are principally occupied with comments on the sentence passed on M. M. Teste, Cubieres and Parmentier, judy,ing from the tenor of their observations, it is probable that the senten ce General Cubieres e mitigated. Almost all the journals express their commiserat
28 July 1847 - Swansea and Glamorgan Herald - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. _ ----iRANCE. The " Constitutionnel," in 7 announcing the arrival of Count Walewski at Toulon, stale', that after

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. _ ----iRANCE. The " Constitutionnel," in 7 announcing the arrival of Count Walewski at Toulon, stale', that after

Lord Ilowden ha I raised the blockade of th,. Rio de la Plata by the English squadron, the French Plenipotentiary, who all along refused to acknowbslge the authority of Oride, considering the Monde hleans justified hi ref wang to accept the armistice proposed, ordered the blocka
13 October 1847 - Swansea and Glamorgan Herald - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
SPAIN.

SPAIN.

Dv Madrid papers 29th to the 31st, it appears that Narvaez has withdrawn resignatioit, and has been enjoined by the Minister for Foreign Affairs to depart forthwith for Paris. The interview between Narvaez in I the .Minister is . described as havinz been stormy. It ty said that
13 October 1847 - Swansea and Glamorgan Herald - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
The Trench papers past week have been principally occupied with comments on the affairs o f Switzerland. They all, woh

The Trench papers past week have been principally occupied with comments on the affairs o f Switzerland. They all, woh

one exception, refer in terms of praise to the English Queen's Speech on the opening of Parliament, more especially for its reference to the mediate part offered to be taken by England in the restoration of peace between the hostile cantons of Switzerland. It is consideted as ce
01 December 1847 - Swansea and Glamorgan Herald - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
from quarters which no room for doubt ai to the fact.—Murniag Chronicle. In the Chamber, of Deputies on Wednesday, the

from quarters which no room for doubt ai to the fact.—Murniag Chronicle. In the Chamber, of Deputies on Wednesday, the

Minister of the Interior declared the Reform Dinners illegal, and his resolution that no other meeting of the kind should take place. M. Odillon Barrotexclainied, " You are wolse than Polignac and Perronet!" A tremendous scene ensued. The klinisterialists would n - o - t hear an
16 February 1848 - Swansea and Glamorgan Herald - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
• Chapter ihe Ere•eutive Power..

• Chapter ihe Ere•eutive Power..

• Chapter ihe Ere • eutive Power.. 41. The French people delegates the executive power to a citizen, who receives the title of President of the Republic. 42. In order to be named President the person must he born a Frenchman and of the age of thirty years at least. 43. The Presid
28 June 1848 - Swansea and Glamorgan Herald - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
11. SICAN,S F. CLUIIII IR • Ito& (11 L-,tmori an tratb • CANIERONiS COALBllentit4ooll*,°‘ CONIP. A meeting of the *ltatelnhlet held at the Tavern et 'retread:lk tkyo to take into consideratioa the itn•sent-dta ' del taking, and to decide deemed exped,eut ; C. Burls; m go chair. – A fter

11. SICAN,S F. CLUIIII IR • Ito& (11 L-,tmori an tratb • CANIERONiS COALBllentit4ooll*,°‘ CONIP. A meeting of the *ltatelnhlet held at the Tavern et 'retread:lk tkyo to take into consideratioa the itn•sent-dta ' del taking, and to decide deemed exped,eut ; C. Burls; m go chair. – A fter

SICAN , S F. CLUIIII IR • (11 an t r a tb • CANIERONiS COALBllentit4ooll*, °‘ CONIP. A meeting of *ltatelnhlet at Tavern et 'retread:lk to consideratioa itn•sent-dta ' taking, to decide deemed exped,eut ; C. Burls ; m go chair. - A fter VOL. 1.-NO. Ll.] assault and fired several
28 June 1848 - Swansea and Glamorgan Herald - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
FOREIGN,

FOREIGN,

FRANCE.—In anticipation of the coining elections the walls of Paris have been placarded with red bills, recommending, in violent langutete, the claims of the Socialist candidates Raspail, Thur.:, and Cabet. The generality of the lower classes pass by with indifference, a few onl
20 September 1848 - Swansea and Glamorgan Herald - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
FOREIGN.

FOREIGN.

FRANCE.— ELECTION OP THE H PEESIDENT.—In Paris the excitement un the subject of the presidency continues to increase. Count Mole Iris been very erroneously represented as supporting Gen. Cavaignac, who has, nevertludess, acquired numerous supporters in the Assembly, and if it ha
08 November 1848 - Swansea and Glamorgan Herald - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
F 0 It E I G N. FRANcE.—General Cavaignac's defence of tie conduct in the Julie insurrection has produced a

F 0 It E I G N. FRANcE.—General Cavaignac's defence of tie conduct in the Julie insurrection has produced a

profound impression in Paris, and materially contributed to his previous prospects of success. Prince Napoleon Buonaparte has pot forth a manifesto announcing his willingness to accept the Pr esideney and give an otit!ine of his policy if elected. It contained no marked principl
06 December 1848 - Swansea and Glamorgan Herald - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales