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his is commented on in the tone in which the perpetration of some heinous crime would be spoken of, and positively the Empress's part is very near being taken, so severely is Parisian propriety shocked! When one thinks of it all, it really seems to be almost natural, and one cannot help recalling certain passages of the earlier days of the poor Empress's imperial state, and seeing how impatiently she must have borne her splendid letters. After she had been about a fortnight the wife of Louis Napoleon, she issued her orders to some of the ladies around her that a walk should be taken in the street of Paris! A walk! Immediately the grande Martres, Madame la Princess de' Essling, made her appearance, saying she was ready to accompany Her Majesty any where in a carriage! At which the unlucky Empress exclaimed, somewhat tartly, that she neither wanted a carriage nor her company! This is the answer on record. And hysterics and nervous attacks ensued, and the once so independent Mdlle.
not disposed to think such will be the case in the present instance. It is well known that Napoleon declared, many years since, his wish to establish Constitutional Government in France, providede present age, is becoming too heavy for any individual monarch singly to bear. The dynasty of Napoleon becomes indissolubly associated with the establishment of representative government, and will form its distinctive feature in all future contests for the throne. We do not believe that Napoleon will ever think of retracting these concessions, for the simple reason that he would never have madef the changes made in the organic law of France, we subjoin the decree which makes them: "Napoleon, by the grace of God and the national will Emperor of the French, to all present and future, grState is charged with the execution of the present decree. " "Done at the Palace of the Tulleries the 24th day of November, 1860."Napoleon. "Countersigned A. Walewaki, Minister of State."
decline of , but it closed firmer, with more inquiry, which was freely met by holders. The siege of Gaeta still continued. Four heavy batteries had opened fire on the town. The Persia was expected to take out to the United States fully $1,000,000. The Empress Eugenie visited Victoria, at Windsor Castle, on Wednesday. The apprehension of a monetary crisis at Paris had subsided. The Bank of France was largely gaining specie. The Bourse was higher. It is reported that Napoleon has intimated to Francis II. of Naples, the uselessness of further resistance. It is rumored that Cardinal Antonelli has resigned. The Austrian official journal contradicts the rumored negotiations for the cession of Venetia to Italy. Commercial. Liverpool, Dec. 8. --Cotton — Sales for the week of 49,000 bales estimated sales Friday of 8,000 bales- market closed at 5 ½ for Orleans middling. Flour dull-holders pressing on the market, owing to heavy arrivals-prices easier