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f June, the Marquis de Lavalette informed M. Thouvenel that Cardinal Antonelli had decisively rejected all proposals for a "transaction" between Pius IX. and Victor Emanuel. His Eminence replied just as he had replied to similar propositions previously, and just what it was well known he would reply to these-- "Non possumus." The Pope's conscience would not allow him to make any relinquishment of the territory he received. Italy. Prince Napoleon and the Princess Cloride arrived at Turin on the 24th ultima, to take part in the ceremonies attending the marriage of the Princess Maria with the King of Portugal. They were received with enthusiasm. The Prince had had a long interview with the President of the Council. A dispatch from Rome says that M. La Valette, the French Ambassador there, would leave in a few days for Blarrits, whence he would proceed to Spain. It is asserted that, having exhausted diplomatic means of bringing about a solution of the Roman question, he