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AUSTRIA.

FRANKFORT.

SARDINIA.

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SARDINIA. Our accounts from Turin are of the 5th. The Iiing re- plied briefly to the address of the Chambers applauding his Government for favouring an Italian Confederation, and op- posing any intervention of foreigners in Central Italy. The Chamber also recommended a closer alliance with the two great constitutional Powers, as well as with Hungary, op- posed to the same enemy. The King replied "Signori,—-1 am grateful for the sentiments you have expressed, and re- turn thanks to the Chamber. Our union is the best promise of success. You tell me the nation is ready for every sacri- fice. I assure you that the army is in a flourishing state and ready. I and my sons have the national and Italian in- dependence at heart." In the sitting of the 3rd, Purola addressed a question to Ministers concerning the entrance of 5,000 to 6,000 Modenese and Austrians into Tuscany. Mi- nister Sineo answered, he had every reason to believe that there was no foundation in the rumour.

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