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FRANCE AND ITALY.

FRANCE.

SARDINIA.

THE SEW KING.

ITALY.

GERMANY.

PRUSSIA.

FRANKFORT.

ROME.

NAPLES AND SICILY.

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NAPLES AND SICILY. Not only do the members of the Provisional Government at Palermo Sel rn the proclamation of the King, but they even refuse to treat with the representatives of England and France, declaring that the election of Sicily has been long- since made—that the is now an independent State, and that they cannot understand under what pretext the two admirals, who saluted the Sicilian flag on a former occasion, an I did so again, with a discharge of twenty-one guns, 011 entering the harbour the other day, offer to mediate between them and the King of Naples. Why did not Admiral Baudin and Sir W. Parker, 011 finding that the only answer their friendly overtures received was a decree by the Parliament for a levy en masse, at once fulfil the agreement they had made with the King at Gaeta, and withdraw the squadron —and why is it that they now remain encouraging, as their presence is considered to do, the spirit of resistance ? I know that this question has engaged, in a serious manner, the at- tention of the King's Cabinet, and that a reasonable doubt of the intention of the two admirals has risen.—Tunes Corre- spondent. The Neapolitan General denounced the armistice to the Sicilian Provisional Government on the 19th ult., conse- quently hostilities would re-commence oil the 29th.

DENMARK.

TURKEY.

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DEFEAT OF THE SIKH ARMY. ;

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DESTRUCTION OF THE OLYMPIC…

MURDERS IN LIVERPOOL.

DEATH OF MRS. HENRICKSON.…

THE INQUEST.

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