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e expedition in person.--The Government is attentively watching events, because it knows that Republicans and reactionary agents are trying to the beneficial tranquility which efforts Italy the only means of consolidating her new kingdom." Erlanger, the contractor for the Confederate loan, was, a few years since, only a small broker for the negotiation of bills of exchange at Frankfort on the Maine. The Prince of Tour and Taxis, who need to farm the postal diligence service in Germany and amassed a large fortune, finding him clever, assisted him, and now we find him negotiating loans. Erlanger's profit on the transaction is rumored to be at least a quarter of a million. During the preparation for the royal wedding at Windsor Castle some of the artisans employed suddenly struck for higher wages, and for a time it appeared as if the hymeneal day of the Prince and Princess would be rendered comparatively decollate by unfinished scaffolding, roofings marquees, unficored saloon