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to the budget by a vote of 242 against 5 M. Thouvenel had addressed a courteous letter to the Turen Cabinet expressing the deepest regret at the death of Count Cavour The silence of the French Legislature on the subject attracted considerable attention. Italy. The new Ministry had taken the oath of allegiance. Lombardy. Baron Ricasolf, in announcing the formation of the new Ministry, said that none had lost their faith in the destiny of Italy. The confessor of Cavour had arrived at Rome, the bearer of a message from the deceased Minister to the Pope. Disturbances had taken place at Villetrie and Amelia. The Liberals at Rome had adopted a sign of mourning for Cavour. The Pope was seriously ill. Austria. In the Hungarian Chamber of Deputies, on the 14th instant, the address to the Emperor having been revised it was finally agreed to. Spain. The Spanish journals publish advices from St. Domingo that tranquility and enthusi