early in May.
Under the name of Floretti, and sometimes under his own name, he lodged successively at the Hotel Saint Marie, Rue de Rivoli and at No. 128 Rue St. Honore.
He found a pretext, as had been agreed upon, to present himself at the house of Prince Murat, one of whose secretaries he frequently saw; and he succeeded in thjustice the guilty.
Wherefore the persons named--1.
Pascal Greco, aged 28 years, professor of music, born at Pisa, Italy, residing in Paris, No. 178 Rue St. Honore; 2.
Raphael Trabuco, aged 40, born at Citta di Averse, Italy, residing in Paris, No. 176 Rue St. Honore; 3.
Natalo Agestino Imperatori, aged 33, bookbinder, borHonore; 3.
Natalo Agestino Imperatori, aged 33, bookbinder, born at Lugano, Switzerland, same residence; 4.
Angelo Scagtioni, aged 22, student, born at St Joseph, Italy, same residence; 5.
Giuseppe Mazzini, born in Italy, absent — are accused of having, in 1863 and 1864, with the design concerted and decided between them, formed a plot having for its object to attempt the life of the Empero