The visit of King Humbert to Vienna has ended well.
Hosts and guests were mutually pleased, and the King received on his return, from all parts of Italy, hundreds of telegrams of -congratulation. Even in Venice, where anti-Austrian feeling -was supposed to linger, the crowd in the Piazza called for the ". Austrian Hymn,"—a curious incident, considering that in 1865 that hymn was the invariable signal for the disappearance of the people. No official account of the interviews between the Sovereigns has been published, but it is understood throughout Italy that one main point decided was that if Austria advanced to the /Egean, Italy should receive "compensation," it is be- lieved in the form of some Protectorate of Albania.