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s officers and 800 soldiers and flag, were taken. Another dispatch says that Cialdini's captured a portion of the Neapolitan artillery. Victor Emanuel arrived at Salonia on the 21st of October. It was reported that provisions were beginning to fail at Greta. The Piedmontese troops were encamped at Rieti, ten leagues from Rome. The text of the Prussian dispatch relative to the invasion of the Papal States is published. It censures the action of Sardinia and rejects. Cavour's justification, but does not threaten any active hostility on the part of Prussia. The Austrian official, Weiner Zeitung, publishes a reform manifesto from the Emperor. Many sweeping changes in the constitution are proposed. Legislative power is only to be exercised henceforth with the co-operation of the Provincial Diets. The Kerchwatzh Court of Chancery is restored to Hungary, and other important concessions are made to that province. Gen. Benedict and Archduke Albert William
to oppose Garibaldi's expedition, publicly disavowed the General's acts, and loudly protested that the armaments and expedition were undertaken without their knowledge and against their will; that they endeavored to confine Garibaldi to the island of Sicily, and to deprive him as soon as possible of his power; that they interfered by force with his expedition against Rome; that they stopped enlisting volunteers and collecting arms for him when they feared his power might become too great Count Cavour, according to recent revelations, even went so far as to call Garibaldi a crazy fool, when he started for Sicily. But as soon as Garibaldi's overthrow of the Neapolitan Government was an ascertained fact, the Sardinian Government took upon itself, with charming alacrity, the full responsibility of everything that was done; with singular modesty claimed the province for itself and the constitutional party, and with exquisite coolness denounced the real authors as agitators and disturbers
New York,Feb. 14. --The steamer New York, from Southampton on Tuesday, the 29th, has arrived. The Italian Parliamentary elections had resulted in favor of the ministry. Count Cavour had been returned from Turin, and Garibaldi and Poerio from Naples. Commercial. Liverpool,Jan. 28-Monday.--Cotton- Market quiet--Saturday's quotations barely maintained. Estimated sales to-day about 7,000 bales. [No breadstuff market reported.] American Railway securities slightly advanced. Consols 91 . London, Monday.--Wheat declined 1@2d.
Williams, an Englishman, Wm. Ringgold, of Philadelphia, and another workman, were drowned by the upsetting of a boat in Somerset county, Md., on Tuesday last. Fifteen babies, all less than six months old, were christened in the Northampton (Mass. )Catholic Church last Sunday. Rev. J. P. Smeltzer, of Virginia, has been appointed Professor of Theology in Newbury (S. C.) College. One of the liberal religious societies at the West has a "Committee on Courtesy to Stranger." Count Cavour has proposed to, and has been accepted by, an English lady holding a distinguished place at the Court of Queen Victoria. Hen. David Wilmot has been nominated by the Republicans of the Pennsylvania Legislature for U. S. Senator. Mayor Bigelow, of Newark, N. J., met with a serious accident on Saturday, breaking one of his ribs by falling from a new building. Commodore Stewart, on Tuesday, took his seat as President of the Court of Inquiry ordered in the case of Com. Armstrong
., has arrived. There was a renewed activity in cotton and considerable advance in the price. The Europa had left Liverpool for Queenstown, to take the cargo of the Australasian to New York. It was rumored that Russia had decided upon Lent as the time for the voluntary emancipation of the serfs. The Ministry of Holland had resigned. Austria, England, France, and Prussia, had demanded of Denmark a delay in its action on the budget before the Holstein Chambers. Count Cavour had brought to the notice of the Italian Legislature the necessity of settling the Roman question. The demand for discount in the London market had increased. The London Times says the new Tariff bill of the U. States establishes protective duties on the most extravagant scale, and the result will be an almost absolute prohibition on imports from Europe, more detrimental to America than to Europe. In the French Legislature, M. Boissy made an attack on the alliance with Engl
l on the 30th ult., has arrived. Warlike rumors come from Italy and Denmark. Lord Palmerston, in a speech to his constituents, adverted to the American crisis, and expressed a fervent hope of adjustment, saying let the issue be what it may it should be arrived at by amicable means. Warlike rumors continued in circulation in Paris, oppressing the court. The concentration of Austrian troops attracted considerable attention, although it was asserted that the movement was purely defensive. It was vaguely rumored that Lord Cowley had demanded from France Government explanations respecting the expedition to Abyssinia and the annexation of some territory at Adowles. The discussion of the Roman question had closed in the Italian Chambers. Count Cavour, reiterated the urgent necessity for declaring Rome the Capital of Italy. He offered a resolution to that effect, and providing for a new Convention with France was adopted. Commercial. Markets unchanged.
y. It was rumored that France has sent a frigate to Charleston, at the suggestion of President Davis. The British Parliament reassembled on the 8th inst. Some of the leading men of Greece were proposing Prince Alfred, of England, for King of Greece, as the best means for settling the present dynasty difficulties. It is reported that Prince Napoleon intends making a rapid incursion into Syria. It is asserted that a treaty has been concluded between Russia and France. The Opinione Nationale says that in the event of a collision, France has secured the support of Russia, and Austria that of England. The French army is to be increased nearly 200,000 men. Garibaldi is said to be opposed to Count Cavour's policy. The Magyars have invited Garibaldi to lead them into action, assuring him that half a million of men are all ready. Several arrests have been made in Naples, a conspiracy having been discovered in which five bishops are implicated.
ns of volunteers, as decreed, was not sufficient for the national armament. Bixio made a conciliatory speech, and Count Cavour said he accepted the words of conciliation. Garibaldi explained several fast alluded to by Cavour, and expressed Cavour, and expressed the belief that Cavour loved Italy. He designated the French army as an enemy of Italy, because they occupied Rome. On the 19th Garibaldi was again received with loud applause in Parliament. The excitement of the previous day had subsided, andCavour loved Italy. He designated the French army as an enemy of Italy, because they occupied Rome. On the 19th Garibaldi was again received with loud applause in Parliament. The excitement of the previous day had subsided, and words of concord between Cavour and Bixio were applauded by all, and Garibaldi expressed himself as satisfied. There has been an attempted reaction in Calabria. Troops were dispatched and the town of Vanasa delivered from the Bourbon. ConCavour and Bixio were applauded by all, and Garibaldi expressed himself as satisfied. There has been an attempted reaction in Calabria. Troops were dispatched and the town of Vanasa delivered from the Bourbon. Continued Austrian movements are reported on the Po, near Ferrara. An attack was considered possible, commencing with the invasion of the Duchy of Modena, which would not be an infraction of the Villafranca treaty. Warsaw advices say that matters
Still Later from Europe. St. John's, April 29. --The steamship Adriatic arrived this afternoon, from Galway 23d. The Africa arrived out on the 22d. Political news generally unimportant. It is stated that Lord Russell has issued a writ of execution against the steamer Great Eastern. Prince Napoleon demands satisfaction of the Duc d' Aumale for reflections in the latter's pamphlets. Numerous failures have occurred at Marseilles. Garibaldi insists on the re-organization of the Southern Italian army. The measure was opposed by Count Cavour, but the Chambers subsequently passed an order establishing the army. Commercial. Liverpool, April 22. --Cotton active — sales of 15,000 bales. Breadstuffs closed dull.--Provisions steady. Consols closed at 91½ a 92.
going to England to seek satisfaction from the Duke of Eumale. It is denied that Spain intends to reflect the offer of the re-incorporation of St. Domingo. --It is asserted that Hayti requests a Spanish protectorate. It is stated that on the 21st ultimo, the day following the important debate in the Italian Chambers relative to the army of Southern Italy, Garibaldi held a conference with his former superior officers, the majority of whom were in favor of accepting the policy of Count Cavour. The friends of Garibaldi were in hopes that he also would adhere to that policy. The Chamber of Deputies, on the 22d, agreed by a large majority to take into consideration the project of Garibaldi in reference to arming the country. The ministry voted for the resolution. Garibaldi was not present. The Turin Gazette publishes a letter from General Cialdint to Garibaldi, recalling the friendship and admiration he had always felt for him, but declaring that his (Garibaldi's) last a
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