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FRANCE. SPEECH OF THE DUKE DE BROGLIE. PARIS, Saturday.—The Duke de Broglie was enter- tained at a banquet by the Perfect of the Eure, and delivered a speech in which he said :—" The struggle which the Government is sustaining, not against institu- tions or public opinion, but against principles which tend only to destroy social order, is long and perilous. The evil takes all sorts of shapes, and to combat it we require the assistance and union of all well meaning citizens. That Union the Government endeavours to preserve, as it makes the force of the Assembly, which, when the time arrives, will put aside all disagreements to discuss the grave problems now occupying public at- tention. The National Assembly will solve them, with- out pa-:sion, abnndoning all pretensions and all personal sympathies." The Duke concluded as follows:- Let us rally around one who is the model of honour in public, as well as in private life." The Asscuiblcc Nationalc of this evening says that all the statements published by the newspapers with regard to the Fusioni^t negotiations are in exact. The only true announcement is that there is a complete and ab- solute union between the princes of the Houses of France, but otherwise no definitive plan has been agreed upon, no decision has been taken, no conference has been held with regard to their future line of conduct. VERSAILLES, Saturday.—The Court Martial was oc- cupied to day with the trial of five persons charged with the murder uf a federal oificer during the Commune, of having gone over to the enemy, and of having pillaged the Saint Ouen Docks. Four offthe accused were sentenced to death in con- tnmaciam; and the other, Ferol, a sailor, who had been arrested, was also condemned to death.

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