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ITALY The distribution of the prizes to the students at the Technical Schools ,at Turin took place on the 26th inst. Prince Napoleon, Prince de Savoie Carignan, Prince Humbert, and the Princesses Clotilda and Maria Pia, with the diplomatic body, were present. The Marquis Pepoli delivered an eloquent speech to the students and the audience. He said :—" The unity of the country now achieved also requires unity in study. It responds to the convictions of all. They are deceived who imagine that municipal spirit or special interests can destroy or endanger that unity which is now the glory and the hope of every Italian citizen." The marquis pronounced a warm panegyric upon Prince Napoleon, who, he said, had defended in the French Senate the unity of Italy, which he loved like his own country. The speaker concluded. by praising the attitude of Turin, which fervently desired to lay down its position as the capital of the kingdom upon the altar of the country, for the sake of fulfilling the national wish (great applause). Both Prince Napoleon and the marquis were heartily cheered bv the assembly. The nuurillge or me rrincess Marie Pia with the King of Portugal by proxy was celebrated in the Royal Chapel at Turin on Saturday. The King of Portugal was re- presented by the Prince de Savoie-Carignan. The nuptial ceremony was performed by the Arch- bishop of Genoa, and the Bishops of Oinerolo, Biella, Cremona, and Alete. The King of Italy, the royal family, Prince Napoleon, and the Princesses Clotilda and Mathilde, were present. A grand fete was given at court in the evening. The streets are thronged by crowds. Rumours of ministerial modifications continue to be current. The Movimento publishes a communication from Garibaldi denying that he had received a letter from an emissary of Mazzini, and contradicting the statement made by the Patrie, that Professor Partridge, the English 'surgeon, had brought the wounded General 12o,060f. The Queen of Portugal left Turin on Sunday with great pomp.

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