13 APRIL 1867, Page 2

It may, we fancy, be taken as certain that any

danger of a quarrel between Count von Bismarck and the German Parliament has passed away. The only serious point was compromised. The members would not vote the military budget for ever, and the Minister would not have it annually. So the arrangement is to last without revision till 30th December, 1871, a five years' din- and Sir W. Fleathcote's speeches, as representing the Conservative tatorship, which, under the peculiar circumstances, is reasonable. 1 months