1 MAY 1847, Page 2

At Berlin, King Frederick William has discreetly patched up his

untimely fend with the Diet, by a very conciliatory reply to the address; repudiating finality for his constitutional scheme, and not repudiating the volunteered advice of his new popular council. The King of Bavaria, with a consistent activity in his revived energies, has just imposed restrictions on the taking of monastic 'Vows.

The Grand Duke of Tuscany, whose position and hereditarily kind though somewhat cold and hesitating nature make him oscillate between Austrian despotism and Italian liberalism, is reported to have established a "free press ";—a term, however, which needs more specific explanation.