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have written to the King of Italy and various public men, suggesting the propriety of joining Garibaldi in his march to Rome, even admitting that their advance should be opposed by the French troops. The letter had been extensively circulated at Turin, whence it had found its way to Paris, and Prince Napoleon had written to Garibaldi, urging moderation.--Garibaldi is said to have told his followers that if they are prevented from embarking for the Calabrian coast, he will go alone to Naples, aof Ratazzl's circular, announcing that Italy would cause the laws to be respected, while at the same time it warned the French Government of the peril consequent on the continuance of the occupation of Rome by the French troops. The official Turin Gazette, of the 15th, denies a report that a demonstration had been made by the Italian squadron of Palermo, by means of placards bearing the words "Rome or Death." The authorities had taken means to prevent a great demonstration which was being