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s excited unanimous regret." One journal, however, the Opinion Nationale, thinks that, with all his acknowledged ability, he was too forgetful of "the profound sense of the revolution which raised him to the throne." When Belgium separated from Holland, it earnestly desired a close connection with France, whereas King Leopold did his best to give a different direction to the sentiments of his people. Then, again, he married his son, the Duke of Brabant, to an Austrian princess, "in order to ke of its neutrality." On the other hand, the Steels published a day or two ago the following: It is said that, in virtue of an arrangement already concluded, and with the consent of England, Antwerp and the sea-coast are to be given to Holland. Flanders and Brabant to France, and Luxembourg, with a part of 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 ve