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.Lafaaaj^jgggg FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.…

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I FAIRS IN FtBnuAiiv.

. HERFORD CATTLE.

GARDEN OPERATIONS, &c.

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BENEVOLENCE OF THE EMPRESS…

FIRE AND LOSS OF SEVEN LIVES…

EMILIA MANIN.

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EMILIA MANIN. Emilia Mar.in, tho only child f the President of the Venetian Republic, has been taken away from her father, of whose lonely exile she was at once he affliction anil the solace It may be remembered that Daniel Manin, after the heroic capitulation of Venice, chose b rauce ioi the land of his exile. He was accompanied by bis wi e and only daughter. At Marseilles he lost, almost S" denly, the devoted companion of all his troubles, aui came to Paris a widower, with one care and one cons tion only, his daughter; and she was almost .,e<" ,a f with a nervous malady, occasioned by tiie exei e> u the last days of the independence ot euicc. the solicitude of a constant and devoted wa c 1 • A, tho side of the beloved patient, aud the nob e u ..a of a laborious poverty/ the life of the exile s one of austere and dignifie humility, c',i}sa:,n' "rJ3' ennobii d Jby patrotic recollections, and c r 3 ue sympathy of inspiring friendships- H>s idien 1 ome no -v more darkly sail, aud his lonoliu'.s» ■ P J U|idly desolate but lie is rich in the affection*u.d c^em 0f all who n days of degradation honour c n > 11 tiotism and On "Wednesday last many of the highest na-r-es in the political world, ill letters, auc "J e brcsr nt t0 render homage to the careei < of the great citizen of Veni:e. by oilcrn'k t <^ last respects to his departed child. Among these ad.nnei s and friends there were many who had personalh known and appreciated the irontle and beautiful character, and the exalted quali- ties of Emilia Manin. I hroughout ine dreary hours of her exile doubly embittci ed by ahnction, she had but one tbought, and that was Venice. O. ly a few hours befo e death, when she was aJreauy speechless, she luuteiy asked for a pencil, and with a dying hand just traced these words—" Pinnae f e>i if, je i,e te vernii plus" In the crowded and d'smnuishcd cortege which pressed around the tomb 01 the daughter .of one of the most illustrious patriots of Italy, with intense emorioa of respectful compassion were ,\I. Thlolltaneli General Ulloa, Cernuschi-Lugo, Ary Soiieller, Emile de tjiirar lin, 3;Wtide, Eugenie l'elletall, Feftiinand do Lesst-ps, Uar- nier Pages, GoudeiKuKx, Chamooile, Carnoc, Onarton, Jules ,Simon, Henri Martin, Alexandra Nt-y, puclerc, Viai-dotf (Jeoifioy .Saint Hilaire, Peaugcr, Madier de Montjau.

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