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The Imperial Fates in France. The Paris correspondent of the London Times gives a description of the life at Versailles in honor of the King of Spain. He says: "The weather, which was threatening during the day, turned out more favorably than was expected. A shower fell in the evening, but did not much interfere with the proceedings. The Emperor, the Empress, the King of Spain, the Prince Imperial, and their respective suites, arrived from St. Cloud about 11 o'clock, in ten carriages and four, with postilions and outriders, and breakfasted at Trianon. After examining various parts of the park, the imperial party proceeded to the palace by the gate of the Grand Canal. In the carriage, the King was seated next the Empress, on the left, the Emperor and the Prince Imperial sitting opposite. The grounds were then full of spectators, and shouts of " Vive I' Emperaur" arose on every side. On arriving at the palace, the Emperor conducted his royal guest through the principal