endence will be buried in Count Cavour's grave, and the peninsula become a mere dependency of France.
Prince Napoleon has embarked for Spain.
Count Cavour died on the 6th instant.
The event has caused a profound sensation.
On the evening preceding his death his state became so alarming that great emotion was felt by the people.
At Turin immense crowds surrounded his residence.
Signor Minghetti is entrusted, ad interim with the portfolio of foreign affairs, and General Fauhe with the provisional administration of marine.
It is rumored that Garibaldi contemplate a visit to America in a month or two, if a war in Italy appears unlikely.
The Queen of Spain has given birth to a son.
The address of M. Deek to the Emperor of Austria has been adopted by the Hungarian Diet.
The Empress is suffering from ill health.
The Prussian Chambers closed on the 5th with a speech by the King.
He said the results of the