y Baron Ricasoli, explaining that the prevailing brigandism near the Neapolitan Provinces is inspired from Rome, and asserting that the government will not pause in its efforts for the unity of Italy.
Cardinal Antonelli is preparing a reply to this circular.
A pamphlet on "Rome," issued in Paris, asserts that if the Papal Government persists in refusing the guarantees offered for the independence of the Holy See, the people of Rome must be appealed to, and that if they elect Victor Emanned King, the French troops on the following day will be relieved by the Italian troops.
The Hungarian question, continued to be debated in the Lower House of Riechsrath.
The Upper House had agreed upon an address to the Emperor, who expressed his sincere satisfaction at the patriotic sentiments thereof.
A deputation from Finland, en route for Stockholm, to demand separation from Russia, had been arrested by the Russian authorities.