Limburg, to Prussia.
We have not seen the treaty, and we are not responsible for the mistakes of the propagators of these reports.
Moreover, is the annexation possible without very, very liberal modifications in the domestic policy of France?
Leopold the second.
The new King of the Belgians, Leopold Louis Phillipe Marle Victor was both on the 9th of April, 1835, and is consequently in the thirty-first year of his age. When little more than eighteen years old, he married Marle Henriette Anna, Archduchess of Austria, and daughter of the late Archduke Joseph, Palatine of Hungary — an alliance which was arranged, it has been asserted, with a view to strengthen the Cobourg dynasty on the Belgic throne after the death of the first sovereign of the line.
We may, however, question whether any such purpose lay concealed in the match, inasmuch as the old King knew too well the temper of the Belgian people and their constitutional tendencies to seek for support for his family from wh