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f the Bonaparte-Paterson case. The Paris Court, on the 29th ult., decided the suit of Mad. Bonaparte, (formerly Miss Paterson, of Baltimore,) in which she sought to obtain the legal recognition of her marriage with Prince Jerome Bonaparte. The Court declared that as the object of the demand made by Madame Elizibeth Paterson and Jerome Bonaparte, her son, was the liquidat on and the divisionJerome Bonaparte, her son, was the liquidat on and the division of the succession of the Prince Jerome, who died on the 24th of June, 1860; and inasmuch as among the grounds of opposition to the demand is one that the claim has been already judged by two decisions stated by counsel, it declared that the demands of Madame Elizabeth Paterson and her son, Jerome Bonaparte, are not admissible and must be rejected, and orders that the present judgment shall be mengin of the deed dated the 19th of July, 1860, containing a declaration of the acceptance by Jerome Bonaparte of the succession of Prince Jerome. The Court further sentenced the claimants to pay the c