All the Provinces composing the Austrian states having sent deputies to offer their congratulations to His Majesty the Emperor and King, this Monarch received the;n yesterday at 11 o'clock in the Hall of ceremonies. Afterwards his Imperial Mitjesty, being seated on his Throne, and the Captains of Guard, addressed thd Deputies in the following speech : After many years of sacrifice and of suffering, 1 re-assemble, on this long wished for day, Deputies of my faithful provinces around a throne, of which the love and inviolable fidelity of my people have in all times been the firmest support. This day is one of the happiest of my life. The Peace of the world is concluded; it will restore the repose and prosperity of iny stales. You, my faithful subjects, have in the fullest manner discharged your duties towards me and the country. My heart bears me witness that 1 have also fulfilled mine. We have supported with unshaken firmness, 20 years of disastrous War. They are at an end ; the evil has been destroyed in its very root; the fidelity, the constancy óf my People, the bravery of my victorious armies have a'tchieved what seemed haridy capable of accomplishment. We shall leave to our prosperity a glorious example; they will bless our Perseverance.
t acknowledge 'With gratitude all that has been done in every part of my Monarchy for the preservation itnd reestablish uént of the whole. I feel an inexpressible satisfaction at the aff cling proofs of attachment, which 1 experience eveiy day, even from countries which, for a long time, had been separated from my Empire, and which will now be united with it again. The more this separation was greivous to me, the more delightful is my conviction that my children have not forgotten their father in any of the visisitudes to which they were dumied by the course of events. We have deep wounds to heal ; but A few years of peace will suffice to make them entirely disappear. Willi the spirit which up to this moment has animated the monarchy; and which will animate it in time to coine, for 1 repose a perfect confidence in my people, nothing Will be difficult of execution. You have supported the trial of calamity — prove now that you know how lo enjoy a return of fortune. Love the state ot which you are members. Love your country, iiave confidence in your Monarch, and never forget that your general happiness is the sole object of my existence. After this speech, which excited the liveliest emotion in all the assembly, His Imperial Majesty withdrew to his council chamber, where he gave audience successively to the different Depuwuio>is. Her Majesty the Empress with the Imperial family were present at the solemn audience in the hall of Cerèniouies.