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ave hither to followed. He whom we mourn for expressed, in his last moments, unshaken faith in the future of Italy, showing himself convinced that the principles of unity and independence would finally triumph. We firmly hold this faith. Let us sincerely rally round the throne of a valiant and loyal Prince, and we shall be then able to attain the end to which thanks to our tenacity, we are happily so near. The tribune of the Chamber of Deputies will be draped in mourning for twenty days. The Senate has taken the same resolution. Signor Minghetti, Minister of the Interior, then announced that the Ministry felt it necessary to remain provisionally in office. The king has summoned M. Ricardo to the Palace. Rome, June 4. --Prince Brubrien having proposed to withdraw his name from the petition for the withdrawal of the French troops from Rome, the Pope has exiled him. The Milan Lombardo announces the discovery of a grand conspiracy against the Government.