14 SEPTEMBER 1850, Page 10

The gigantic statue of the King of Bavaria is now

placed on the hill of Sainte Theresa, near Munich. The bronze of the statue has coat 92,600 florins, or 11,800/. The students and artists of Munich gave, a few days ago, a grand dinner to M. Miller, director of the royal foundry, by whom the statue was executed. The health of King Louis, who suggested the statue; and the memory of M. Schwanthalerg (now dead), who designed it, were given. The statue has taken eight years to east, and is to be in- augurated on the return of Ring Louis to Munich.—Ga/ignani 's Messenger.