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FRANCE AND ITALY.

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FRANCE AND ITALY. A despatch has been received from the Sardinian Govern- ment by the French Minister for Foreign Affairs, announc- ing, officially, the termination, on the 21st, of the armistice between Austria and Sardinia; and, further, that the Sardi- nian army was ready to resume hostilities the moment the said armistice expired. M. Letheriur has been sent to the head-quarters of Charles Albert, to induce him to refrain from hostilities, and allow the quarrel between himself and Austria to be settled by the mediating powers. To take precautions, orders have been despatched to Mar- shal Bugeaud, to concentrate, as soon as possible, the army of the Alps on the frontier. In the event of the Sardinian army being beaten, and the Atistriarisiiivaiiii- the Sardinian territory, it is considered more than probable that the French army will cross the frontier. With respect to the naval expedition, nothing is as yet decided; probably its destina- tion will be in the direction of Genoa 20,000 men are con- sidered as likely to accompany it. The Freucli Govern uein think they have been mystified" by the Austrian Minister. The French Government declare that nothing could exceed the honourable manner with which the English Government z, have acted throughout this very difficult question. The perfect harmony exists between the two Governments. It is stated that the President of the French Republic i- as decided as ever not to interfere. An expression attributed to him would, if correctly reported, shov that that determi- nation remains fixed:—" Point d' intervention mais (jane a ,celu> qui tnichera la Franca It is also reported that he is on the best understanding with England on these points.

TT LEAGUE OF UNIVERSAL BROTHERHOOD,

FRANCE.

HOLLAND.

GERMANY.I

NAPLES AND SICIT.Y.

SARDINIA AND AUSTRIA.

iHUNGARY.

TURKEY.

AMERICA.

THE ftE V. JAMES SHORE.