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FRANCE AND ITALY.

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FRANCE. The Constitutionnel announces, on what it considers gosd authority, that King Charles Albert had proceeded towards the Spanish frontiers through the south of France. An Austrian envoy arrived on Thursday morning in Paris, and was shortly afterwards admitted to an audience of M. Louis Napoleon. It is announced that the French Government has for- warded a telegraphic'despatch to the generals commanding the troops at Toulon and Marseilles to embark them and to toil for Civita Vecchia. General Cavaignac, who, it appears, has been promised the support of Generals Lamoriciere and Bedcau, is deter- mined to propose to the National Assembly to send a divi- sion of 10,000 men of the army of the Alps to occupy Genoa, and a similar force to Savona," to take possession of those jM-rongholds until the Austrian army shall have evacuated Piedmont. The counsel for Blanqui, Sobrier, and Quentin were heard W Wednesday at the High Court of Bourges. Raspail him- self addressed the court in his own defence. He denied his complicity in any plot for the overthrow of the Government on the 15th of May. The manifestation on that day was only in favour of Poland. Barbes and Flotte were called, «»>it declined making any defence. Daring the proceedings at Bourges on Thursday, one of the counsel for the prisoners was repeatedly called to order by the President, and compelled to sit down, for having Hrtiyl language unbecoming a court of justice. The verdict of the jury upon the trial of M. Proud lion, as dir ector, and of M. Duchene, as gerant of the le Teaple, for the articles which appeared in that paper on the 26th and 27rh January last, has been a fine of 3,000 francs and three years' imprisonment for M. Proudhon, and a fine of 1,000 fi-aaes and one year's Lmpiisoument for M. Duchene. Mrs. Gordon-Archer, who figured in Louis Napoleon's aft iir at Strasbnrg, died-on Tuesday in Paris.

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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DESTRUCTION OF THE OLYMPIC…

MURDERS IN LIVERPOOL.

DEATH OF MRS. HENRICKSON.…

THE INQUEST.

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