22 JUNE 1867, Page 2

The Moniteur this week contained, in its official part, a

para- graph beginning with this extraordinary sentence, " We omitted to mention the departure of the King of Prunsia,"—which had taken place three days before. The words are of course intended to imply that the King of Prussia is a personage of no particular importance, and they have been interpreted, both in Paris and Berlin, as conveying an intentional alight. It is stated that the Emperor is greatly moved by the entrance of the South German States into the Zollverein, which will be followed, he thinks, by their formal admission into the Confederation. Germany will then be one and indivisible, and the value of guarantees will be tested.