Three farms, a garden, and a forest, embracing about 3,452 acres, and a portion of the public buildings, have been devoted to it. This is one of the most signal triumphs of republicanism in France, that so large a portion of that magnificent seat of royalty, should be devoted to an agricultural institution. It is not yet, indeed, got into full operation, but the administration is in full possession of the buildings in which it is to be placed. A collection of the skeletons of mammiferous animals, and of parasitic insects, with colored figures, a series of photographic plates of animals for the farm, etc., are already on the ground, and wait only for the fitting up of the halls for their reception, as does also a library. Some of the professors and other officers have been appointed, and the school will soon be in operation . . .