15 JULY 1876, Page 1

The Emperors of Russia and Austria held a short interview

at Reichstadt on the 8th inst., which is said to have satisfied them both. No authentic account of anything that passed has appeared, but according to the most probable rumours, they agreed to allow the Turks and Christians to fight it out without obvious intervention, and then if the Servians were defeated, to appeal to the Turks to treat them leniently. At the same time, the Austrian Government, fearing disturbances in Dalmatia, has forbidden the Turks to land troops at lila, and the Russian Government has exerted itself at Bucharest to secure passage for Servian arms and ammunition. The general decision would appear, therefore, to be to avoid war, but to remain benevolently inclined towards the Servian cause.