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THE PROGRESS OF REVOLUTION IN PRUSSIA. There has lately been an apparent lull in the revolutionary storms of Germany. A

THE PROGRESS OF REVOLUTION IN PRUSSIA. There has lately been an apparent lull in the revolutionary storms of Germany. A

period of comparative quiet succeeded those eventful days when Marshal Wiudischgratz reduced the Viennese into subjection by the red right arm of his physical power; and when the King of Prussia, by agencies equally irresistible, placed his turbulent capital under military law.
May 5, 1849 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
assumes the gigantic proportions of the representative of an ancient and high-spirited nationality, who may be treated with, but who

assumes the gigantic proportions of the representative of an ancient and high-spirited nationality, who may be treated with, but who

cannot be conquered. The great events now aghating Middle Europe, and which, in their course, may draw within their vortex the whole'Continentt are twofold ; and are expressible by the desire of the Germans on the one hand, and of the Sclavonian nations on the other, to assume d
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VBCCHIA.—-FROM ORIGINAL DRAWING.—(SEE NEXT PAGE.) burg have severally protested against his elevation to such a dignity ; although Wurtembnrg, in

VBCCHIA.—-FROM ORIGINAL DRAWING.—(SEE NEXT PAGE.) burg have severally protested against his elevation to such a dignity ; although Wurtembnrg, in

consequence of a popular movement, has since given expression to a contrary determination. The revolutionary party represented at Frankfort desire his acceptance of it—not for his sake, not for the sake of any King or Potentate whatever, but simply as the first step towards the
May 5, 1849 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
King has led him into the error of governing by means of puppets. Louis Philippe, from the same cause, did

King has led him into the error of governing by means of puppets. Louis Philippe, from the same cause, did

so. and we know the result. In the case of the King of Prussia, education and long habit previous to the Revolution had both consi ired to make him feci that was the great personage of the State. Under the system which the Revolution overthrew the King was his own Prime Minister
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CIVITA YECCHIA.

CIVITA YECCHIA.

The French troops under General OiuUnot, who have gone to aid in the restoration of the Pope's authority, landed at Civita Vecchia on the 25th ult., and took military possession of the town. They were well received by the Inhabitants and the National Guards. Nothing certain has
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FOREIGN AND COLONIAL NEWS,

FOREIGN AND COLONIAL NEWS,

FRANCE. The all-absorbing topic still is the approaching elections for the Legislative Assembly. It is generally believed that the Socialists will be unable to effect much in favour their candidates. The Socialists of Paris have adopted Jean Baptiste Boichet, sergeant-major of t
May 5, 1849 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
ITALIAN STATES.

ITALIAN STATES.

Piedmont. —Matters have begun to assume the appearance of a peaceful adjustment between the Austrian and Sardinian Governments. The Austrian troops have been allowed to enter the fortress of Alessandria, while the Imperial Cabinet, it is understood, has agreed to modify some of
May 5, 1849 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
GERMAN STATES.

GERMAN STATES.

The Frankfort Assembly has passed series of resolutions, bv which it declares that the acceptance the German supremacy the King of Prussia will involve recognition of the Imperial Constitution a matter of course, and calls on the Governments who have not yet sent in their declar
May 5, 1849 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
PRUSSIA.

PRUSSIA.

Events have taken a sadly serious turn in Berlin, some blood having been again shed in its streets. The hostile attitude assumed by the second Chamber towards the Government on the questions of the acceptance of the Frankfort Constitution, and the continuance of the state of sie
May 5, 1849 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
AUSTRIA AND HUNGARY.

AUSTRIA AND HUNGARY.

The cause of the Magyars continues to prosper. In a two days’ battle at Gran they defeated the Imperialists, and ppcned the road to Komorn, into which they have thrown a detachment. On the 24th ult. they entered Pesih, amid the gra ■ tulations of the inhabitants. General Welden
May 5, 1849 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England