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The Daily Dispatch: July 17, 1861., [Electronic resource], Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch. (search)
the 27th; but we give some extracts from the London files which we have received. The Arago brought $71,104 in specie. French recognition of Italy. Turin, June 25.--In to-day's sitting of the Chamber of Deputies, Baron Ricasoil, President of the Council of Ministers, made the following statement: The Governmentour capital by right. " He asked for explanations. Baron Ricasoli replied: "There is at present no Ambassador of Italy at Paris, nor any French Ambassador at Turin. This part of our relations has not been settled, but will be so very shortly. As regards Rome, I can assure you that the Government has no intention of allowings, Tuesday June 25--The Moniteur, of to-day, says: "The Emperor has recognized Victor Emmanuel as King of Italy. In notifying this determination to the Cabinet of Turin, the Government of the Emperor declared that they would decline any solidarity in enterprises of a nature to disturb the peace of Europe; and that the French troop