31 AUGUST 1867, Page 1

AU the journals of Europe are commenting freely upon the

Salzburg interview, with a general result which we have attempted to analyze elsewhere. But we wish to mention here that the Danish Minister at War a few days ago made a speech after dinner, in which he said that he expected war, and hoped to regain in it all that Denmark had lost. He was well scolded by his master for his imprudence, but this speech shows the ideas prevalent in the minor Courts. The King of the Belgians, however, has not begun to rush about, so the catastrophe can scarcely be immediately at hand. For the last thirty years, when- ever the Coburgs have been in commotion, stormy times have been close at baud.