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FRANCE AND ITALY.

FRANCE.

SARDINIA.

THE SEW KING.

ITALY.

GERMANY.

PRUSSIA.

FRANKFORT.

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FRANKFORT. RESIGNATION OF THE ARCHDUKE JOHN. In the sitting of the German Parliament on the 29th, the President announced that the Archduke John had signified his intention of resigning at once the office of Administrator of the Empire. Of all the Austrian deputies who were in the National Assembly of Frankfurt oil the election of the Emperor of the Germans, not one voted for the King of Prussia. Twenty- two of the liberal deputies of Prussia abstained from voting. Of the sixty-eight Bavarian deputies, Siteeii or sixteen voted for the King; all the Hanoverian deputies, twenty-four in number, did so; eight out of the twenty-six Wurtemburgers, five or six out of the twenty-one Saxons, and five out of the nineteen Badeners voted in the same way. The majority, consequently, was principally made up of the votes of.the representatives of the little states.

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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