16 NOVEMBER 1867, Page 1

The Italian Government having performed the kotow before his throne,

the Emperor is disposed to be gracious. In the true Chinese style, the Moniteur informs the world that the Government of France has "learnt, with most lively satisfaction, the spontaneous" retreat of -Victor EmanuA ; that it "fully appreciates the senti- ment of conciliation which has dictated this determination ;" that the "otriotic efforts of the Italian Government to restore order, and its respect for treaties, inspire France with the greatest confi- dence ;" that French troops will evacuate Rome "as soon as order Las been assured there," and, meanwhile, will " concentrate " on Civita Vecchia. Sir John Lawrence, addressing a refractory Rajah, could not be more magnificently forgiving.