NEWS OF THE WEEK.
(AN Sunday the Kaiser accepted an armistice, or rather a truce k./ during which an armistice may be arranged, forfive days. It was to expire at noon on Friday, but up to Friday evening no authentic intelligence' of its extension or termination had been published here. The Italians were a little later, but they also accepted the truce, and extended it to eight days, the extra three being required to enable General Govone, who had gone off express to Berlin, to get back again. The Italian truce therefore does not end till 5 p.m. next Thursday. Count Carolyi and M. Benedetti are both in the King of Prussia's camp, and Prince Napoleon is at Ferrara, with his father-in-law, all three acting as special envoys in the interest of peace.