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FRANCE.

THE SOCIALISTS FOILED.

ALGERIA.

ROME.

TUSCANY.

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TUSCANY. By a decree of the 14th, the Provisional Government of Tuscany directs that Tuscany shall send thirty-seven Depu- ties to Rome, for the Italian Constituent Assembly. Their election is to take place at the same time as that of the De- puties to the Tuscan Legislative Assembly; every elector, while voting for the latter, is to vote a second time for the former. The Deputies elected shall receive an indemnity for their journey to Rome, and 10 lire (8 fr. 50 c.) a day dur- ing the session. The Piedmontese Gazette of the 21st, publishes, after the Genoa Gazette of the 20th, the news that the Republic has had been proclaimed at Florence on the 19th, and that Leg- horn had followed its example. The intervention of Pied- mont, in Tuscany, is officially contradicted by M. Pigli, the Governor of Leghorn. The Pensiero Italiano of Genoa, of the 17th, states that the Sardinian steamer Virgilio has been sent to Porto San Stefano upon a mission to the Grand Duke of Tuscany.

GERMANY.

PRUSSIA.

HANOVER.

HUNGARY.

STORMING AND FALL OF MOOLTAN.

THE EXPLOSION.

THE KILLED AND WOUNDED.

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INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS.

CHURCH-RATE SEIZURES AND SALE…