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Daily News of the 31st, says the Emperor of the French has placed four ships-of-the-line before Gaeta, with orders to prevent an attack on that fortress by Admiral Persano, and if necessary to sink hips.--Under these circumstances, Admiral Persano will take no part in the approaching sledge of Gaeta. The Daily News denounces this indirect intervention by France, and says Europe must not be all asserts on the authority of an official dispatch that Victor Emanuel was to immediately bombard Gaeta by sea and land. Capua had been definitely occupied by Garibaldi's troops. It was repor Empress of Russia was dead. The Times was still without comment on French intervention at Gaeta, and the Paris journals have not yet adverted to the subject. The Times considers that unleident changes the fortunes of war, a few days must suffice to drive the Bourbon sovereignty from Gaeta. A Naples letter of the 27th says that Gavazzi was to preach his first sermon in the princi