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remain Italians, notwithstanding the annexation of Savoy to France. There is a petty quarrel between the elector of Hesse and Louis Napoleon, which shows the tendency of the present French Government to keep alive disputes. The diplomatic representative of Hesse has been appointed to another post, but he cannot obtain an audience of leave, because Louis Napoleon refuses to receive the letters of recall unless the elector of Hesse signs the letter of recall "Your servant," which the lattHesse signs the letter of recall "Your servant," which the latter properly refuses. German newspapers engage Hesse to recall its representative without the formality of an audience of leave. They confess it will be a diplomatic rupture, but they say that in the present confusion which reigns in Europe, this wge Hesse to recall its representative without the formality of an audience of leave. They confess it will be a diplomatic rupture, but they say that in the present confusion which reigns in Europe, this will produce no disagreeable consequences.
Her Majesty, Queen Victoria, has agreed to a marriage proposed between the Princesse Alice and his Grand Ducal Highness Prince Louis, of Hesse. Don Isidoro Avaujo de Lyra, editor of the Diario de in Marins, of Havana, has been killed in a duel. German compositors can find lucrative employment at the office of the Squelched Post, Charleston, S. C. Horse-whipping a Secessionist has been decided by a jury in Wyoming county, Pa., as a perfectly legal and constitutional act.
Reactionary disturbances are reported to have taken place at several places, but had been suppressed by the Garibaldian and the ringleaders shot. The Archbishop of Naples on his return was mobbed and his palace threatened with destruction; but, after eighteen hours rioting, the mob were appeased by the appearance of the Archbishop bearing the national tricolor. The London Post reiterates the statement, on good authority, that the Princess Alice has been betrothed to Prince Louis of Hesse. It had been reported that the Emperor Napoleon declared to the Bishop of Versailles, with much sarcasm, that the temporal power of the Pope must be put down. Count Persigny, as Minister of the Interior of France, was issuing important circulars to the Prefects. In one he promises the utmost liberty of discussion to the press. It was reported that the Austrian Cabinet had discussed the expediency of declaring martial law throughout Hungary. It was also rumored that the H
Further from Europe.the London Press on American affairs. The advices by the Canadian are to the 17th. The weather in England has again been unsettled, and there was considerable rain in some parts of the country. The marriage contract between the Princess Alice and the Prince Leopold, of Hesse, was signed at Osborne on the 14th. The London Times' city article again expatiates on the financial difficulties accumulating against the American Government, and says the most earnest wish of the friends of America must be, that the difficulties now existing may accumulate with sufficient rapidity to bring both North and South to reason. France. From France there are vague reports of a growing coolness between France and Austria, bearing an ominous resemblance to that which preceded the war. Prince Metternich had taken leave of the Emperor Napoleon, and the latter had gone to Chalons camp. General Fanti had also left Paris, and was en route to Chalons camp.
A wife for the Prince. --The Prince of Wales is limited in his choice of a wife to six ladies, unless he should decide upon selecting one much older than himself. They are: 1st. Princess Alexandrina, (daughter of Prince Albert, of Prussia,) born February 1st, 1842; 2d. Princess Anne, of Hesse Darmstadt, niece of the Grand Duke of Hesse and of the Empress of Russia, born May 25th, 1843; 3d. Princess Augusta, of Holstein-Glucksburg, born February 27th, 1844; 4th. Princess Alexandria, (daughter of Prince Christian,) of Denmark, born December 4th, 1844; 5th. Princess Mary, of Saxe Altenburg, born June 25th, 1845; 6th. Princess Catherine, of Oldenburg, States of the Grand Duchess Nicholas, of Russia, born September 21st, 1845.
tly after. The jury, without hesitation, declared that the document was not the will of the deceased. The treaty between Queen Victoria and the Grand Duke of Hesse, relative to the marriage of the Princess Alice has just issued. It consists of nine articles. The expenses of the joint establishment are to be defrayed out of time of her marriage the annual sum of £6,000 to be received by commissioners named by the Queen, for the sole and separate use of the Princess. The Grand Duke of Hesse engages, by the eighth article, to secure to her Royal Highness, in the event of the death of his son, a jointure, together with a residence at Darmstadt, and the interest of her marriage portion. Should her Royal Highness become Grand Duchess of Hesse, she is to receive the same allowance that former Grand Duchesses have enjoyed. Letters from Vienna mention that the nephew of Count Dragenfeld, Minister of War, had been devoured by wolves. He was returning from hanting in a sledge, wh
Matters in the Royal family. --A London letter to the Philadelphia Inquirer says: On the ninth of next month Queen Victoria marries her daughter, the Princess Alice, to Prince Louis of Hesse — provided the King of Belgium is well enough to be present who is to act in the place of her father. For this event the Queen leaves Balmoral next week and returns to Caborne, where the nuptials are to take place, much to the regret of the fashionable London world and the dissatisfaction of the great body of milliners and trades-people generally, with whom such occasions are usually a matter of great pecuniary importance. Some talk is to be heard in reference to the Queen's consenting to this marriage before the young lady's father has been in his grave six months, but it is understood that them are State reasons that render it desirable. Still, some people think that if the Queen can so far forget her grief in this instance; she might otherwise relax the severity of her mourning,
ife terminated by the establishment of the Southern Confederacy. Miscellaneous foreign items The Prince of Wales reached Windsor June 14, from the East. The Japanese Ambassadors were to embark at Woolwich for Holland on the day that the Etna left Liverpool. The number of visitors at the Great Exhibition on Monday, the 9th, was 58,682--the largest attendance yet. The English Court had been ordered into mourning for a week on account of the death of the Grand Duchess of Hesse. The Pacha of Egypt continued in London, and had been visited by the Lord Chamberlain on the part of Her Majesty. Paris letters say that a telegram dated Brussels, the night of the 14th of June, holds out little hope of the King of Belgium's recovery. The Turks, after having taken the entrenchments at Ostrog, had advanced on Abai. The entrenchments were taken by assault after five hours fighting. All the Montenegro residing in Turkey had been recalled by their Prince.
J.; Davey, co. H, 14th Brooklyn Elcock, co. E, 14th, do; King, co. A, 30th N. Y.; Knox, 83d Penn; Mallery, co. B, 14th Brooklyn, Randolph, co. H, 2d Wis; Smead, 2d artillery; Stone, 11th Mass; Templeton, 100th Penn; John Tuite, 8th N. J. Lieutenants Killed.--H. B. Banks, 16th Mass; Beer, 54th N. Y. Bouvier, Aid to Gen. Patrick; Compton, Harris Light Cavalry; Darracott, 16th Mass; Dargen, co. A, 30th N. Y.; T. Fennessy, 30th N. Y. battery; Ferris, Harris Light Cavalry; Haupin, 1st Mich; Hesse, co. D, 3d Mich; Hubbard 2d U. S. Sharps; Mankeville, 1st Mass; Morse, co. I, 30th N. Y.; Pollins, co. E, 24th N. Y.; Plume, co. E, 2d N. J. Poore, 5th Va, Twitchell, 5th Maine battery, Paulding, co. E, 24th N. Y. Colonels Wounded.--Cutler, 6th Wis; Frisble, 30th New York, Farnsworth, 79th New York; Gavin, 7th Indiana; Hayes, 62d Pennsylvania; John A. Koltz, 73d Pennsylvania; Leasure, 100th Pennsylvania; Mott, 6th New Jersey; George P. McClain, 88th Pennsylvania; Robinson, 7th Wisconsin
glish paper that has fallen into our possession, an account of the late marriage of the Princess Alice, second daughter of the Queen of England, to Prince Louis of Hesse. The royal Jenkins describes the ceremony, dress, etiquette, &c., on the occasion, and offers a pleasing diversion from the war and "rumors of war" that have so ghness's sisters, their royal highnesses the Princess Helena, the Princess Louise, and the Princess Beatrice, and by her grand ducal highness the Princess Hanna of Hesse, sister of his grand ducal highness the bridegroom, as bridesmaids.--The presents of the bridegroom, were placed opposite to the queen. When the bride had taken hrom a piece of green variegated marble, from Blair Athol, mounted with mouldings of oak leaves and scorns having on one side, in relief, the arms of Price Louis of Hesse and her Royal Highness's arms, with coronet over; on the other side the following inscription: "To Her Royal Hyness, the Princess Alice, of England, on her marriag
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