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The Italian conspiracy against Napoleon — official Accusation of Mazzini as the "Head of the Plot." The acts d'accusation, or bill of indictment, read at the trial of the Italian conspirators — just convicted in Paris — against the life of the Emperor Napoleon, contains the following charges against Mazzini: At the head of this plot is Mazzini. This ardent conspirator, already condemned by default on the 3d of September, 1857, by the Assize Court of the Seine, was found guilty of having formed, with certain persons named Tibaldi, Bartoletti, and others, a plot for the assassination of the Emperor, and has not ceased to attack, in the person of Napoleon III, the principle of order and authority of which the revolution is the implacable enemy. During the trial of 1857 papers were seized which revealed these plots, and it is requisite to refer to them in order to show the criminal persistence of the chief of the party of action in Italy. On the 10th of June, 1857, Mazzin<