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n of a most extraordinary character, which had been published in the Neapolitan papers. The proclamation sits forth that after a certain day no person shall set foot in a certain district, that all houses, hovels and cabins of every description are to be levelled to the ground, and that the inhabitants of every farm house in which ors than a day's food is found, shall be treated as brigands, and immediately shot. Earl Russeil--I had received no information from the English Minister at Turin or the Consul at Naples, and asked for a copy of the proclamation. In the House of Commons on the same evening, Mr. Horsfall gave notice that on the 11th of March he would move that the present state of international maritime law, as it concerns belligerents and nentials, is undefined, unsatisfactory, and calls for the early attention of her Majesty's Government. France. The discussion on the address war resumed in the Senate on the 24th ultimo, M Troplong exhorted the Senators