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own name only, I wait calmly for satisfaction to be demanded for my words. I desire the establishment of a national monarchy. " The Turin Gazette publishes a letter from General Sirton expressing regret on account of the publication of General Cialdinl's letter, and giving some explanation in reference to the words which Sirton pronounced in Parliament, and which were alluded to by General Craidini. In this letter Gen. Sirton also expresses his desire for concord, and says that Italy is personified in the Parliament and the King. The trial of those concerned in the late conspiracy in Naples will shortly take place. The number of persons to be tried is 186. The Italian Chambers have agreed by a large majority to consider Garibaldi's project for arming the country. The ministry voted for the resolution. The Independence Belge states decidedly that negotiations between Paris and Turin for the opening of Rome to the Italians approach a favorable conclusion.
The latest via Queenstown. It is stated that the Pope is more than ever resolved not to quit Rome. It is reported that the Southern soldiers of the garrison of Monderi have protested against Cialdini's letter to Garibaldi, and that arrests had been made in consequence. Turin, Thursday.--There has been a perfect reconciliation between Garibaldi, Count Cavour and Gen. Cialdini.