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Extraordinary scene in Florence. --It appeared that the afternoon when the wires flashed the news that Italy had lost her greatest statesmen on the morning of that day, at Florence, the heads of the grand ducal and clerical parties resolved publicly and solemnly to show forth their delight. In the execution of a common purpFlorence, the heads of the grand ducal and clerical parties resolved publicly and solemnly to show forth their delight. In the execution of a common purpose, ex-ministers and old court chamberlains, reverend canone and discarded police agents, Austrian spies and jesuitical intriguers, met in the sacristy of the cathedral in the afternoon, and, preceded by their servants in State liveries, and wearing on their breasts the stars and crosses of the Austrian and Lorraine rulers, folloections. More than one of the Austrian and clerical party appears to have been soundly kicked and cuffed before he could regain his carriage. The Archbishop of Florence succeeded with difficulty in getting into his carriage under protection of the gendarmes, and drove off amid the shouts of "Away with you! away with you! No ar