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SARDINIA.

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SARDINIA. News had been received at Turin from Brescia which gave ground for apprehending that in consequence of the insur- rection which broke out there that city was in ruins. The resistance was so desperate that every street, and almost every lane, was separately attacked. The citadel, according to this account, continued to fire upon the town during the' 24th and 25th, but on the 26th it was taken by storm, and the garrison put to the sword. The revolt at Bergamo, though, serious, was repressed in two days by an overwhelm- inn- force. Asti, Cunco, Alessandria, Vercelli, and Castle, have openly avowed their opposition to the terms of the armistice. Advices from Turin of the 4th bring intelligence from Genoa to the 2nd. After a murderous struggle between the troops and the people, which lasted the whole day, Ge- neral Asarta, the governor, capitulated. The military were allowed to march out of the town with the honours of war. No troops remained in Genoa. Major-General Dabormida and Count Revel have left Turin for the Austrian head- quarters as plenipotentiaries.

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DENMARK.

NAPLES AND SICILY.

HUNGARY.

IRELAND.

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