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FRANCE AND ITALY.

FRANCE.

SARDINIA.

THE SEW KING.

ITALY.

GERMANY.

PRUSSIA.

FRANKFORT.

ROME.

NAPLES AND SICILY.

DENMARK.

TURKEY.

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DEFEAT OF THE SIKH ARMY. ;

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THE BEHTOI. MUKDER.—The ill-fated prisoner, Sarah Tho- mas, maintains the same indifferent bearing in the gaol as she did before the finding of the verdict—eating, drinking, and sleeping well, and apparently quite insensible of her awtul si- tuation. When she says anything, it is to declare that she is suffering for others. The mother. Ann Thomas, has been com- mitted by the coroner, for want of sureties* to giveevidenee on the trial; and the girl Sullivan stm. remains in Bridewell, with the same object. THK Lo.vno.v AND NORTH-WRSTEIU* TIIAFFIC.—The increase of receipts on the London and North-Western line for the last ,if reel eleven weeks, over and above the corresponding period of last year, amounts to Z26,845, or Z2,441 per week. The gross re- ceipts for the eleven weeks have bdetv 9-105,:635, or at the rate of nearly £ 2,000,000 per annum. AI.A.KMING ACCIUKNT.—A very serious accident nearly oc- curred to the high sheriff for the county of Monmouth (J. Her- bert, Esq.), for on going to escort the judges into Monmouth, to open the assizes, the horses, driven four-in-hand, started, became unmanageable, and ran away. The carriage, with the alarmed inmates, was hurried for a considerable distance, at a frightful pace, through lanes, until stopped by a fallen tree, just as the destruction of the party seemed inevitable. THE Hor Di rr POSTPONED.—The tomex Express of Satur- day says —" Wo have just received the important intelligence from our indefatigable member, Mr. C. H. Frewen, that the Government have resolved on postponing the payment of the hop duty from May until after the next hop-picking is over." THE QDWHTKU'S RKVENUH.—The accounts of the quarter's revenue will be made-up to Thursday, the t)th Aprii. The re- ceipts of the Customs wal exhibit an increase of not less than a million on the year, iia compared with the accounts published in April, 1848. An increase will also appear in the Excise, which will be more them counterbalanced by the falling-off in- tlie Stamps, which have very seriously declined. A compari- son of the quarter, with the corresponding period of List year, will show a favourable result, but less than on the year.— Ob- serve)4. SUICIDE OF A CLEHO VMAN.—-We (Liverpool Jounral) deeply regret to say that the Rev. Mr. Chapman committed suicide this (Saturday) morning, at Prescot. [On reference to the clergj list we found th;t Mr. Chapman, enjoyed the vicarage ot Preseot, valued at £ 1,3.52 per aninuii.J

DESTRUCTION OF THE OLYMPIC…

MURDERS IN LIVERPOOL.

DEATH OF MRS. HENRICKSON.…

THE INQUEST.

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