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THE LATEST LONDON INTELLIGENCE. Paris Papers of Tuesday, and the" Angs- burgh Gazette" of the 2d instant have been received. TheAngsburgh Gazette of the 2d inst. contains the following of the 10th ult. from Constantinople ;— "On the day previous to the departure of the Russian fleet, the Generals and Commanding Officers were admitfed to an audience of the Sultan, who conferred many presents on them. He also delivered to Count Orloffa letter, in which he expresses his gratitude for the assistance that has been afforded him. Count Orloff will embark in a few days for Odessa. It is asserted that the Count will be charged with a new mission by his Sovereign. He has for some time past been engaged in various d ptomatic negotiations, and from the manner in which he proceeded in those relative to Turkey and Egypt, he appears to be pos- sessed of much tact in diplomatic affairs. Ibrahim Pacha has provided every possible comfort for his army in his new quarters. Desertion has of late greatly increased in the Egyptian army, the chief cause of which is probably the harsh treatment of the soldiers. The bastinado is still in common use among the Arabs. We receive the most satisfactory news from Greece, where the inhabitants now apply themselves ardentty to trade and agriculture. The friendly intercourse between the Porte and Greece is daily increasing. A few years will be sufficient to develop the forces of Greece, and the pultan may perhaps apply to the Greeks for assistance against the very Egyptians who six years ago fought against them."

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