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The Pope. --A letter from Roma, published by the Wanderer, of Vienna, contains the following statement: The Pope's health is not very satisfactory. His own position and that of Italy weighs on his mind. His Holiness lately remarked to an ecclesiastical dignitary: "The hand of Providence has already written for me the Mone, Mone, Tekel, Upharsin.--My days are numbered; my acts are weighed in the balance of Divine Justice, and I hope they will not be found too far wanting; my empire is falling into regular hands. Will it be for long? who knows?" The Pope almost every day received from foreign
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The Pope. --A letter from Roma, published by the Wanderer, of Vienna, contains the following statement: The Pope's health is not very satisfactory. His own position and that of Italy weighs on his mind. His Holiness lately remarked to an ecclesiastical dignitary: "The hand of Providence has already written for me the Mone, Mone, Tekel, Upharsin.--My days are numbered; my acts are weighed in the balance of Divine Justice, and I hope they will not be found too far wanting; my empire is falling into regular hands. Will it be for long? who knows?" The Pope almost every day received from foreign