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The Daily Dispatch: December 4, 1860., [Electronic resource], Succession movement at the
[from the London times, November 9th] Victor Emmanuel King of Neptes King Victor Emmanuel has accepted the sovereignty of Italy. He must have had strict but, notions of etiquette if he had any longer hesitated. He, who has disregarded so man
s banded with revolutionists, and it at this moment virtually excommunicated, need hardly be deterred from calling himself King because his discrowned still on ground, Should the fortune of war, of that obstinacy which underlies such characters as t the better of diplomatic ceremony, and that Vic or Emmanuel should have given effect to the premise by proclaiming himself King.--The who has not been stopped by the remanence of half Europe and by the threats of , must not back before a formula. Th ned by the new King as if the throne had descended to him through twenty generalists of ancestors.
Victor Emmanuel is now King from the Alps to Sicily.
An official proclamation has annexed the Bouldon kingdom to the happy provinces which are no
Further from Europe.arrival of the steamer Niagara. Halifax, March 9. --The steamer Niagara, from Liverpool on the 23d ult., has arrived here. She called at Queenstown on the 24th. In the British Parliament the Government denied the charge of invading the rights of Canada in the Anderson case. A bill had been introduced in the Italian Parliament making Victor Emmanuel King of Italy. The steamer Great Eastern was to sail again for New York in April. The commercial advices by this arrival are the same as by the steamer Prince Albert.