10 MARCH 1866, Page 2

The French Government has, it appears, given way in the

matter of the Extradition Act, which is to be continued. Its abolition was evidently unpopular in the Chamber, there was no chance of material change in England—even with Lord Clarendon at the Foreign Office—the Imperialists did not want a long discussion on liberty in England as contrasted with liberty in France, and Baroche has been obliged to give way. That defeat of M. Baroche will be bad news for English scoundrels.