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FRANCE AND ITALY.

FRANCE.

SARDINIA.

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SARDINIA. We subjoin the following particulars relative to the battle that ended i:i the abdication of Charles Albert. It appears that Marshal Radetzky had gathered together an army of reserve betwwen Lodi and Ciemona, whiie he himself marched, in accordance with the pledges of his pro- e tarnation, upon Piedmont. On the 20th, the Austrian troops crossed the Tieino, in two places between Vige-vano ariti Pavia, with the obvious in cation of pushing upon the road to Turin; while, on the same day, a division of the Sardinian army crossed the river higher up, with the de's"a of marching' upon Milan. On the ,21st the Aus- tri ns appear to have fought, more or less in detail, with the d vision of General Raniorino, that of General Bes, that of G neral Durando, and that of the Duke of Genoa, which in all haste had re-crossed the Ticino, although he had already penetrated the Milanese as far as Magenta. In the Sar- dinian official account, these engagements are diddcd into fvvD one of which took place at one p.m., and was unfavour- tthi-e to the I.iioerialists t tie other at six p.m., and wnieh, even according1 to M. Rat am, ended in the rout of his fel- low-countrymen. and the triumphal entry of the Austrian C.. "les into Morfara. Another great and decisive battle was fought on the 24th, but where it is not precisely stated here the Duke of S iv«y, who behaved with admirable gal- hwtrv, was wounded ? but the Imperial army bore down all opposition and was signally victorioilS.

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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