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RESTORATION OF THE POPE.

PRUSSIA.

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PRUSSIA. OPENING OF THE PRUSSIAN CHAMBERS. BERLIN, FEB. 26.âThe new Chambers were opened this morning by the King in person. The Patriot says, that the speech of the King, on opening the new Legislative Chambers, is chiefly remarkable for the emphatic reference to the confidence which he reposes in the organisation, bravery, and devotion of the army. His Majesty signifies the willingness of Prussia to make all necessary sacrifices" for "a closer union of the States of Germany irt one federal State;" adding: "The path to- wards an agreement between all the German Princes and the National Assembly at Frankfort has already been en- tered upon, and the efforts of my Government will continue to b8 directed to insure it." A hope is likewise expressed, of a speedy and satisfactory adjustment of the disputes be- tween the Central Government of Germany and Denmark. On the subject of strictly domestic affairs, the royal speech is not communicativc, because, perhaps, there is little certain to communicate but we are told, that the preparatory measures for realising the independence of various religious congregations, as provided by the draught of the Constitu- tion, have been taken, and will be proceeded with as rapidly a the importance of the question will permit." The Cham- bers are scarcely yet in order of battle.

ROME.

- THE UNITED STATES.

SURRENDER OF MOULTAN".

,".SOUTH WALES RAILWAY.

REPORT OF THE DIRECTORS.

AUSTRIA.

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