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Opening of the French Legislature. --The ceremony of opening the Legislative session by the Emperor Napoleon, took place in the Sale des Etats du Louvre.. The Emperor's throne was placed, as usual, on a raised estrade, at the farther end, with chairs of state arranged on each side for the members of the Imperial family. In the neighborhood of the throne were stationed the Great Officers of State, the Cardinals, Marshals, Admirals, members of the Privy Council, and other dignitaries. The galleries were filled with the diplomatic corps and the wives and families of the different ministers. A little before one o'clock, a Master of Ceremonies having announced "the Empress," the whole assembly rose, and her Majesty entered, preceded and followed by the Great Officers and Ladies of her household, amidst loud cries of "Vive I'Imperatricell " "Vive le Prince Imperial" Her Majesty proceeded to a tribune at the right of the platform, accompanied by the Princess Clotilde, the Princess M