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FItANCP.-Tlie Citizen King, has addressed remonstrances to the Court of St, Petersburgh on the treaty lately entered into between Russia and Turkey. The "Augsburg Gazette" says that the Emperor has despatched the French courier to the place from which be came, it is added, with an answer that he will listen to no remonstrances. SPAIN.-—The intelligence from Spain, notwith- standing that ill-fated country is the subject of a contest for a crown, is exceedingly meagre. It consists principally in confirming the statement 11 ellt of events which we have already recorded. Every report either confirms, or adds new circumstances relative to, the defeat of the Carlists, and the occupation of Bilboa and Vittoria by Saarsfield. The Indicateur of Bordeaux" of the 2d of December states, under the head Bayonne, that Zea was still in power on the 24th ult., but that the Council and grandees of Spain were endea- vouring, in the interest of the country, to over- throw him. The Memorial Bordelais" states on the authority of a traveller from that place,, that Eraso (a Carlist General) had entered Stella at the head of 6000 men but this report appears to be very improbable, inasmuch as it seems pretty certain that the successes of Saarsfield have com- pletely brought under subjection the Basque provinces. It is strange that Don Carlos, aspir- ing to be a King, should as yet be "non inventus and his personal seclusion in this respect seems likely entirely to damp the ardour even of his most zealous supporters. Merino, a devoted Car- list, is still in force in some quarter, but it is not known where. PORTUGAL.—Reports received by the Confiance, from Lisbon to the 1st, and from Oporto to the 5th, state that no military operations had taken place, but that a negotiation was on foot, which, it was expected, would terminate in Miguel's re- tiring from the contest with a fixed income for life. BELGIUM.—A convention has been signed at Zondhoven on the part of Holland and Belgium, by which foreign troops coming from Maestricht and from Holland are admitted to pass the roads on the left bank of the Meuse. This convention; is in opposition to all article of the Belgic consti- tution, by which no foreign troops can occupy or traverse the territory but by virtue of a law. These high minded Belgians are sorely vexed at the convention, and most abundantly have the Belgic Ministers been catechised about it. Tha o Minister at war represents that the concessions made to Holland are of very trifling importance. TURKEY—The Augsbnrgh Gazette" speaks of a change of the Ministry at the Sublime Porte, the Sultan having been obliged to send the Pacha Chosrew into exile. It is said that this Pacha was implicated in a plot to take the life of the Grand Seignior, but the story appears not entitled to credit. BUBNOS AYRES-Papers- from Bitenos Ayres to 21st Sept. give very unplesant intelligence. Oh the 2d. Jan. in this year, the Clio, Capt. Onslow, took possession of the Falkland Isles, f then part of the Bolivian Republic. The Go- vernment of that country have addressed repeated memorials and remonstrances on the subject to the Whig Cabinet, but have obtained no redress and the papers now received state that the affair is brought before the House of Representatives at Buenos Ayres, for consideration.

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