The Emperor and Empress of the French have both visited
the cholera hospitals, an act of some policy and more courage,. The arizians, who believe that cholera is infectious, are enchanted vitll an act certainly dictated by real kindliness, and none the less prais_worthy because virtue is in such cases its own exceeding great reward. The Imperial example, moreover, has checked the cowardly emigration, and the immunity of the visitors will pro-. bably diminish the panic which . has survived the visible fact that the Sisters of Charity, who of all persons are most exposed to the contagion, do not catch the diiease. The deaths in Paris are still upwards of 200 a day.