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FJlANIvF() RT.—TIIE GERMAN PARLIAMENT. In their sitting on the 14th, the German Parliament took t into consideration the letter of the Hanoverian ministry to the Estates of Hanover, dated July 7. In this communication it is stated "That the King of Hanover, moved by the personal qualities of the Adminis- trator, is induced, on that account, to recognize his election, although the form and purport of the resolution of the National Assembly was well calculated to have caused him to follow an opposite course of conduct." The concluding paragraph in this letter is to the effect- That his Majesty declares, in case these proceedings do not lead to a happy result, but should proceed in the limita- tion of the independence of his kingdom to a pitch beyond bearing, his Majesty could not consent to remain in a posi- tion in which all possibility of advancing the welfare of his country was denied him." The Hanoverian Deputies in the German Parliament protested against this proclamation. A long discussion ensued, in which the King of Hanover's course of conduct was inveighed against in the strongest terms, and at last Wydenbruck's motion was carried by a considerable majority—viz., that the National assembly resolves, the Provisional Central Executive Power shall immediately demand from the King of Hanover a distinct acknowledgment of the law for the establishment of a Cen- tral Executive Power for Germany." The house shortly afterwards adjourned.

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A LETTER TO MR. BATTY, THE…

TO THE EDITOR OF THE PRINCIPALITY.

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