[From The France, April 30, 1865.]

All the European governments have hastened to manifest the indignation with which they have heard of the assassination of Mr. Lincoln, and to send to Washington the expression of their grief and sympathy.

This horrible outrage has provoked similar manifestations in all the parliaments of Europe now sitting at Turin, London and Berlin.

We have reason to believe that the French chambers will not fail to take part publicly in the expression of that feeling with which the whole country is animated.