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FRANCE. :

SPAIN.

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SPAIN. It appears that the King had been for some days pressing his Royal. Consort, in the most earnest manner, to tree her- self from slavish subjection" to her Ministers. The Queen resisted, and sent for Narvaez. A scene of violence took place, the King declared solemnly that on the very day of her Majesty's accouchement he should order post horses and quit, not only Madrid, but the Spanish territory. The rea- sons stated by his Majesty for taking this step are, it is said, similar to those alleged by him for having quitted the Royal Palace not long after his marriage, and for having re- mained in almost complete seclusion for so many months at the country seat of the Prado. The King at the same time is said to have declared his firm intention to publish, imme- diately on leaving his Consort, a manifesto to the nation. In the manifesto he should recount all the incidents which forced him to the step, The Queen was much excited and the Ministers, after repeated consultations, came to the reso- lution of adopting energetic measures to save the honour of the Crown." It was therefore agreed that the King should be prevented from quitting the palace at all risks. This de- termination was announced to the King, who, after another scene, was forced to submit bon gre mal gre. His Majesty, after a short captivity, with the halberdiers stationed at his door, capitulated, and had consented to'accompany the Queen in public on the evening of the 23rd. The Progresistas sided with the Government in this question. The conduct of the King is said to have been suggested by some Carlist agent, Father Falqincio perhaps..

.-ROME.

GERMANY.

GREECE,

- SICILY.

--AMERICA.

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