14 SEPTEMBER 1850, Page 9

The first regular session of the Legislative Assembly of the

Dutchies of Holstein and Schleswig assembled at Kid on the 9th instant. From the fact that nearly all the Dutehy of Schleswig is occupied by the Danes, the members present were almost exclusively from Holstein. Count Re- ventlow delivered an address, described as solemn and impressive. He announced that the Stadtholderate is resolved to persevere in its defence of the provinces, and that it has money in hand to prolong the struggle for a considerable time without asking for Parliamentary supplies.

President Bonaparte arrived in Paris about half-past eleven o'clock on Thursday night. He was received by the crowd with the diversified cries of "Vice Napoleon ! " and "Vivo la Republique ! " the former, however, predominating. "The President," says the correspondent of the Morning Chronicle, on Friday evening, "has been suffering to- day. from neuralgia, and general indisposition, caused by his exertions during his late tour. It is believed that he will again leave Paris from the 20th to the 25th of the present month, for a journey to some of the central departments, and thence to the South. This is the intention at present, but nothing has been as yet absolutely fixed."