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FilA NCB Paris prpers of Sunday, with tl13 usoat corrcspolldellce ha ve been received. The late atrocious attempt on the lives of the King's sons having occa- sioned rigid inquiries touching the seditious societies known to be in existence; by the arrest of several in- dividuals, and strict search into their papers and con- nexions, a mass of documentary and other evidence is snid to lia, c fillen into the hands of the police, fiilly confirmatory of the reports in circulation, that an in- surrection on n large scale was prepared to burst forth had one of the Roval Dukes fallen. PrivaU letters mention that the troops forming the immense garrison of Paris, were held ready to act at a moment's notice. No idea could be formed of the probable period at which the assassin Quenisset and his alleged accom- plices would be brought 10 trial, as every momcut arlded to the evidence already in the possession of government. In presence of facts so alarming, de- monstrating the existence of a wide-spread conspiracy, it is painful to observe the spint of violence rand in- subordination that is so rapidly saining upon tlio French army, the force on which Government oughfe to be able to reckon for support in its resistance of treason and rebellion. PHUSSIA—I'lie Frankfort Journal publishes a Royal ordinance issued by the King of Piussia, plarrnff a sum of £ 600 British al the disposal of the Arch- bishops of York and Canterbury and ttitt Bishop of London, being half the amount of the annuil income to be paid to a Bishop of Jerusalem, to be appointed by those prelates.

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