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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. FRANCE. The christening of the Count de Paris, is fixed for May 1, in the Cathedral of Notre Dame, at which the Arch- bishop of Paris will officiate. The Monarchy has evidently arrived at a crisu which demands all the wisdom and courage of Louis Philippe to bring him through. Up to Sunday last every effort to form a Ministry had failed and though anxious to pro. rogue the Chambers, his Majesty is said to be unable to do so, from the impossibility of finding a man who will incur the responsibility of taking upon him the office of minister long enough to sign the necessary procla- mation. Later accounts inform us that Count Montalivet has at last consented to take upon him to countersign a Royal Ordinance proroguing the Chambers to the 4th of April JAMAICA. The Baptist Missionaries have addressed a long memorial to Sir Lionel Smith, complaining of the calum- nies to which they have been subjected in having been said to have instigated the negroes to refuse to work for just and reasonable wages; to which his Excellency replied, freeillg them from any the slightest blame in the present unhappy state of affairs in the island. TESTIMONIAL.—To Miles Cooper Bolton, A.M., Rec- tor of St. George's, Jamaica,,f I I 10s. for a cup-as a token of attachment, subscribed by the negroes exclu- t "velyofhis congregation, and after he had sailed for gland for the benefit of his health. This, we believe, >. e first testimonial of the kind by negro apprentices in

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