4 JUNE 1853, Page 11

As a proof that the position of Piedmont is more

hopeful than we lately represented it, a trustworthy correspondent at Turin informe us, that offers have just been made to the Sardinian Government by foreign capitalists, principally French and English, to place no less a aura than 400,000,000 francs in various industrial enterprises in Piedmont. "Now," writes our informant, "as I know nothing more sensitive than money, this confidence must spring from some good source. I attribute it to the openness of this Government, the sound basis of its policy, and the ho- nesty of its public men, Sovereign and people."