3 MARCH 1866, Page 2

A telegram from India, dated the 25th ult., was received

in London on the 26th ult., announcing that the Bhootan chief had surrendered our two Armstrong guns, and " the invading force would therefore return." It has therefore been necessary to invade Bbootan, in spite of the treaty concluded with so much ceremony. We presume there had been no battles, and that our troops had not penetrated far into that mighty gridiron of mountains, and trust we shall never have occasion again to mention Bhootan.