Rome, March 12.- The Germán emperor will hare an interview with General Lansa, in ordor to arrnnge a meeting with Ktng Humbert, who will aocompany his ally from Gena to Naples on board the royal yaoht Hohenzollern. Queen ilargherita completely approvos of the RlcottiRudini cablnet, and the proposal to take a safe middle course in regard to the war in África. She promlsed to gire the new mlnistry her mo3t enorgetio support. General Baratieri is preparing a statement in which he will show thafc Crispi was largely responslble for the recent disaster in Abyssinia. The ex-prsmier, who desires to go abroad, is preparing a violent proas campalgJi against Signor Budini. Ths new prime minister will at once lay an important project, relativa to the African policy, bofore the chamber in order that it may be discussad before the prorogation of parliamenfc. Genaral am nesty fo.r politioal offensos has baan de cided upon. Gensral Rlootti, as minister of war, ha3 been extrsmaly well raceived by the army, as he moans to oomplete the break with th dangsrous polloy pursaec bv Morcennl.