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ITALY. Charles Albert having signed the last papers completing the fusion of Lombardy and Piedmont, the new kingdom of Upper Italy now extends to the Mincio. It is once more bdid that the Austrians have again offered the Provisional Government of Milan to give up Lombardy, but that the Milanese have for the second time refused to accept any- thing short of the Lombard and Venetian territory, as it was lately held by the empire. A private letter from Cosenza, of the 8th inst., contains the followingAfter the defeat of the insurgents by Ge- neral Nunziante, one of the most atrocious deeds was perpe- trated by the insurgents in their escape. At the country house of Signor Ciocci a tragical scene was discovered; the unfortunate father and mother were found killed on the dead bodies of their daughters, the eldest daughter upon her children. This noble Roman family left Rome for Cosenza in order to escape some outbreak that was expected to occur at Rome. The only remaining member of this family is the youngest son, who is in England, exiled. The Paris papers of Saturday contain the following tele- graphic despatch, received on Friday:—" The Austrians en- tered Ferrara on the 14th of July, to the number of 5,000. They occupied the principal posts of the town, and levied a war contribution on the inhabitants. The Pope protested against the occupation, and the Chamber of Deputies unani- mously voted the project of a league of all the States of Italy against Austria." The Austrian forces were still con- centrated at Verona, evidently waiting the operations of Charles Albert.

SICILY.

GERMANY.

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THE CONFEDERATE LEADERS.

STATE OF WATERFORD.

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CHEMISTRY AND AGRICULTURE.

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