Newspaper of The New York Herald, March 20, 1848, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated March 20, 1848 Page 1
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^ - - J!!" ? ? ' ' n i I TH ?>< I %'tuU Mo 5050. AFFAIRS IN EUROPE. ADDITIONAL INTELLIGENCE RtCEIVMJ BY THE S'iBAM SHIP CAMBRIA. THE REVOLUTION iN FRANCE. Interesting Incidents. tic. &C. &0 Additional 1*. l'llt'U nm of I lie Kevolntlrn In (From tht> Lmuu St*c )<-.rd, Feb 2(i ] Pari.i, h'lliiay, Krb. 25. La.1t ni^bt P>ra <?r.r c"T-vr>t1y \ umiaat'd. 'Ihe OOacbM cf ?b? roynl fainilv ard f.irnt: n.. . t t.h? eba'eav. were burn"J tn th' oouvfc <t ih? (W*ri?* A firebar also Bijtld in lhs corn1; of tb.- Pal: i? ll'\yal i.? the fame way. lhatbrr.n* h* bu;n*<l nt tbo fo;.t of iho Colt: inn ol July. N..yi-rib*-lc?e fill dnitr*r but! or?*od At raiduijfbt tb? ftiKtice, to tb? ?bn cos ct all narri?K?'8 aod horn** iu the ?tre?t?, which w*re brokru up toitthr bor> iciided, W8* very strauge. rhrovgbout night tb< i? *,.? jn-)?ct ?ttll??g< trok: n by ?;< ecciaio&al <;uj tiir from ttn umttenr gusrdsinn!, fh^wipe th:it dut* . reflected. K??rywhvre the r?d IUg *w uisp'.ii" ' in li> u of tb? tri-oolor I fu>?r hni my nccot'ctr ICiiki,rend very rtinrue?d, tcr I Know ?jOt i'j what ord? I j w Teoelv* Ub?tu Yentertiay I ji'it into the trceivr t? ih?> l'?>t (>tild<* tuy firnt ditpa'ob. It w -? after thai th' fijjhi i< a; began froia b' fire the Prf-lui U jiltotJjo i'u1! ? j. .t wi.iin oaaed in iht flight of the royal f.itai/y !) ? Grirg loud and oontinueii, aud &u> ??log the rial r.T1 t l.ot l-STp, I made up i> ntcaca degpatofi, vbleb a !ri?L-u endeavored to take to ?ool< gve. but failed, Hud brought H bnok This 1 btrewHh eaolree 'i p-r : n:i?' r (<r -h moft part in a elii&le fruil e priia i ou ?>ie stOf only. A i.o io? niiU. J Le iiu U^iin, places the tlireoiiou of By-ux Art* untior tlin Mioirt'er o: the Interior, and oc<1 :b thitc thejury to ' i cnus picturcg lor axpofitlon at tii h"uyr?<shall bs uamea by election. Tl.? tules opvu the i.itb of Marcb. Tbia will ,5r?atly grttify th^..artists. Colonel Djinoiilin, A:He dt-Cnui|? nt the Kmperor, U appointed CoB.maadact. cf the Lourre. At bra o'clook. tba proTiainnai gOTernmrat oeacmbled in tb?< llotsl da Villa, rnrroundtA by a people in arms, lu'i iuii ui generuue eniuusiaim. To tbo people, burning with impatience to know the first set* of the ^prevUional government, M. Louis Blauo announced the republic!, which wu reoeived with eiurgetle applause. M. d? Lamartiea had already, in the Great Hall, p?astrtaately aaoved tb* people, a?d wu followed by Ledru Roliu, of wkaae speeches bo reports are given, hut they ?re si.ld to h?ve excued great enthusiasm. The ministers having bean named, and publio safety secured by the a> p >lntm?nia of tt Courtanato the command of the National Guard* with M. Guinard lor obief of the atat major. Geaerale Batieau and Lamoriciere oamn forward an i offered their acrvlaea, wbiah wero accepted The first was named Commander of the First Military Division, and offered Mictatry of War. The second proposed to marsh to the frontier The provisional government has set down as among ite first duties, to provide for (he tubaiatenca of the people. The Nstun ml aaauria the people that tbey way return* their affaira with perfeoc safety, ordsr being campletely resioiei A letter from Versailles to the A'aiiontl, aaya?;'Louls Philippe and hia family reached Trianon at five o'clock, and immediately set out for Eu " [Some accounts state that the king had landed at Folkestone; others assert thai he had reached Dover.?fin. Herald ] [From the London Times, Feb. 35.] We have received frem oar Paris correspondent the following letter: ? Paris, Feb. ~J3, 184S. I will not apologia* fir any want of regularity or eonaenativetcBi in :h? narrative 1 am about to enter upon, for I write amid the moat exciting ciroumstanoes that cm be imagined. Thi courier who bore my letter of this forenoon had )ir.rd>y (at half put 11 o'elook) left this house, whan tta re i,o k p'.-oe uader the window at wfifoli I write the most exraordlnary and the moat decisive movement th-?t Las ve c.'cn- re.; 'd h > > az of vo'o*e in the Rue Lepelletier. I P'-io*lr?d Klltsttai iii front ef Mm Opera hou*e the N itSooul OuiMds -f this ih? e->eond, legion. I took it for (jrauted khit tbey had ob'yud the ra/ijirl and had use-maierf to mpport the government in r?sl? r?/or&i. I wua, however, soon convinced of my error. I b*d hardly rata.*, uiene ?d the translation irom the j-nrubls of some of thi very In'erkStieg details of the ?vee:s of yesterday and last night, wh.-n 1 heard loud aiioaM lrcm the populeoa. 1 opened tlia window, and p?ra> in-1 that the nmpt* ?-?rn tfcrr ?iqk n? their bati u .ii jir;! r " Wtva la Urfannr " Viva la Gardt Nationilt ' rivent let vr..t* Drfmseurs Je I* Putrit and ltie? n;> is uh the Marttillaiit. in wbitli the ivv tioaai tjarud* j Ue I drin*' it.u >ro tbe ?tre t tnstaallY,and f*vnd that th? N t'ooal Uai.rd*. to tar aasoaat ot no* haadred hid fifty, > hd r?T?:s<J m t?o lines across th? H?? Ltpelletier ? onu divinica :it ' ell sxtremity of the f>: Hif la tbe rentrs ?(,? *lf officers; euraio. th? peirie. f?astie with jnr On K'lt.iff a National Uaard wliat htt_' h-ppeaeJ: ' W* have d-al,>i?d fax Reform," said )i?, ' That if. mm* r.f ua d'!ur?t(n' H'fnta but we are ai-rvnd sbeat Oaiiot!'' ' Vice Id Reform!" "five la Garde NutionaU!" cried the p.opie iaoeeeaBtiy. A.-' b?nr *. Tr'trirSti tbn National Ot?rdj procesd*'!. rvith t.if ir rtfturt it tkeir lia?4, ia full uuif >1111, t,? the Tuileiws. w deetur* Ui?ir t'lutmtiits h y returnad about 1 o'eleelc. ar.4 oarupiad the Iln? Le ^Uwlti r a.'*! a A ptitonn oiet?d tua street ?a the Jti.uUT.ii j. Lr nH eries of * Vivr. la Oardt National /' caliwd me to th- wlndaw agate A squadron of pair's i?rt. *u,.ported by half a squadron of > hanturt A i hev I arrive1. Tbo cKtf Uetendion Rav? orders to draw swords Tha rm^s of the National Oj*rds closed. The cries <f the paople rsdt.ublsd, although not a raa'i ol them ? ? arnird Tbe pquadron m < i? a half movement on tba Ilae LaaslletWr. a ban th? cfiloer ia eonmtud ot the N?'\oaal (? lards dr?w hi sirord, advanced, and saluted hi*? A fa- words were exob-'t. jwd. They s?pv r.*' il. The one placed >*iaara?lf k? the head r.f his sollil'M a?d g??H t It.* wot! to wheel aud 'forward,' and they resuiusd ik?ii mt,rcfc. ncocap -nird by obaara aud clapping of kaadi If.'in the rauiLuade. The offlear et Natmnaj <iu..rd? returned very ({iiietly to bin po?t,aad Bbi'f'.ied hi?inward. I a>a to':4 t' e wor ll exohacgad betwxen th<< rfft^eri wrath?ea Whi are thete m-n V 1 They are the peoVia' * Ard thna? in uniform?' ' l'bay ?re the Uecono Lfgirn of t,i.* Natinnkl Guard of Parts ' 'The people limit dicparse.' '1 h?y will not.' "I shall use force' 'Sir, tba National Ui)?ril sympathise with the people, the dh p'e *ho d^a.aad reform ' 'I hey must disperse.' ' 1'Ocy w'li r.ot.' 'liBBs:use force.' 'Sir, we the Na tiona! <lu?rds, sympathize in the desire for reform, and will defend thsai > I .na %siur?.d by prrson* who say that they h-ar l all that |' t ibai the offlo-r and tbe cuirassiers eried ' Vive In H.i foym* !' But I ctnnot aQlrm or ooatradiot It. HaLr rasT Two | Thr'cn smca similar scenes have oecnrred. The Mu rl<*<p .1 G*tjrdi who at preatmt oacupy tao unpopular porK'.'.u ;>f th? gendarnin of lS30*re i.ow, by ord*r ol ? v rn orut, ui.x<d up with tro<>pa of the line, on whom t p-i.ple at* lavish of their compltrao. ta >?rd anrr?a?A <v luuiu of ?a?alry und iafaatrv. Municipal Guards a chtv I puiift?aler?, and Vlunioipal Ouarda <i pi?U aad infantry ? th? line, hrtivtd by the Bu ilev vra *t tUr tad oftb-i Run L,?pa!!?tler. rtiy made a mot# Ilk* tha f tii r? ua it to whael late that airaet. but tb* attitude of the Na'.lonal tin-trd m il' tlu>ia p>ui*4, *dJ Imniedlat'ly th- a A vn>n gW?n to c ntin'i^ thfir tn ?rch, the ptcplc !. h? . i- wu'i of ' Kivr /? Rrf*rmrV' " Kiwr I* Gin ile ffal male!' and "Vive la Ligne!' Akihi * peei?e ly ?iiui)ar c arr rn-s took place, 0.4c thin litn t it e.ided W) ; fii? a'>ar>lnte t? rc?t of tiix 1 roopa, for tuey turned rouvd icd retired up th Bonlati ri. I , Ivb y?u the*") partlotlarr b?c*u?e they ptMed nn<jn--uy u*a b*oau?? tbay will ?rrT8 for the hlnt-iry ol Jiat which h?a taken or ia taking plaoe Ui.-oilghOU* Pari* ( hw initiative, hewarer, appear* tu b??eb'- taken by t' ? 3 i Legion of tha Natl-'ual Guard. Vi1 . ?t. t ? bi 1 t of t : a 3d n'roni ticme t Hue* d n i>ti'* P?r?a (liuinrcrd for reform . ht? utoralng. The Muoiftipa) Gutrde, whoao burrarki a 'jo'ntb- aauroh ol thtf Pat'M Per**, were ordered to 'ltfurm th?n, and adV..U-1.I with cha'ged bayeaate on them; l.ut tha move, ii.-n *n iraUWd by ;h" N atonal (4u<rda. lha b<yo n?tr. u, ctl, b'tK.d waa about to flnw wh?n tha Ceional of tha National Gnarda M T'-xtorix (a rook broker. I h?l <Te ) oria 1 out, ' Hold aoldiora -Thaaa ara lha paopla; T??p' ot tka fi-opl* " Tha aff?ot w?i vlaelrio i'ba Muaitiptl Oufcrd# rained t i>lr bayo.nxta, ahouldarad at ma. and marchi'd off T?, a Inoiient had r. pow-rful Infl l*nt? on tha ri-at ol tha NatiuHui Ooai d* of that laglou Th?y aimoat to a in n j ini-a .heir f")it>radr?, aad attainad th< number ol it.000 by ouo o'clock Hai.r r*?T THRitr o'ci.ock Tha Legion of the Niv i aal Guard hujuat iclt. for tha ?oaiia ol a melaDchoty Md ui.aqnal e">Dfllo?., which, I iaffl'-ot to laarn, h*a b"?n g iiw on the whole day iu 'the rid sround,' ilia NUrkat of tha InnooanM. and the PueaHt. Martin, Ham'iiurg ka. T.^air object will be tolnt?r;>o?e ba;wean 1 be00 abatante It la u<io?v.i'f8?ry I ?bauid t^ll ycu that tha excitement l*i im> n . M'hat will' > -'he reaiil ? Una of two thing* will be u.?n?. I'he. Miula'tra will be dlanii'ped, or tha Naimi.ikl Guird ai'l b* dlr*'If'd aud Taria d?oUiad in a atata vf airge, au4 th* cup ?t>l ! ! -a of tu? ilaiachsd forta trated. I interrupt my narrative to t? 1 yoti ti'at the Mlnlatry ia ohaii)('-d Count Mole i.i now TrUae Miniater ol a< ... ,-tt ?hl. After annnnnfllng thee* U?t menl m?i?d faot* th" In c!d?t>'? ot ?hla important day will In*'- *odi? o1 their lu t'v.'ft. but th?y will iiili b? found to Lav* Irrmiatlblr eUiiim on your ?'*? Ion. I hi* i* th? graaea* Ttotory tbs rarlnlan* ha*a nUtlh'l. Tb" peopla war* yr*ti*Td*y mornleg ui armed i'hey w?ra In tea prManoa of an aimy of ! <> IMH? ol th?fl i??t iro. p< ?n tfea world, with *rtlll?ry ?r>d niilluiiti'tl In num'w r And amount and who wnr* rrrgre in n?rr,ick?, f> r'a. aitada'n naarly Impregnable with the Klnk'? MOM to auptort th?m I hoOM UuKttneC roan d*B*d ?nd ?1th*to?d .br.rg?a of nan try In tli< Urtf??t of Europe throughout an entire day, am torined ban lo*d"i. and aoamlttad what, but for tna ob jaot, would merit the name of outrage, with a eovlneai and an aulatlty parf*?tly nmrvfllona, and In tha T*rj prr'eno* of troop* four tlmaa mora numeroui thai itaauaalTM. They b farad the ftra of Ib fan try laat might I. .1 .III..? L_ II'.. ' I E NE NJ Scenes in Paris?Read! The Illustrated News oi' the 2<ith by torchlight, such and this morning, notwithstanding that proverbial drawback on their oouragc? heavy rain?resume J their oenstruotion of barricades and their defonoe of them with n f?w bludgeons and paving stones. 1 must not omit mentioning that the orles for reform and the ebeers for the National (inards and troops of the line were aooompanl?d by others oi' very limenUb'e i KB'licauce : ' Jl hai Guirot !' 'Ji bat Dm ha ItlV ?ud ' Jl tius Us volcuri!' were Woaud up with ' Ji bat It syitemr IIiLK-Pi?T Four o'clock. An oficerof the Etat Mojor has just passed along the Boulevard, announcing thu nhnnge of uiinistiy and the appointment of Count Moin to the Presidency of the Counoli. Half an hour since I thought that these fools would be th? last of imoportance that I should have to comniunloateto-day. but I must add that th?*eoonoessions will not be d?emed suflliient, tvnd that "seouritior," will be demanded " t here shall be no mistake this time," 1 have heard in a dm-u ,,roups The staff officer just alluded to, stated that the fighting was oyer, and 1 act sure it is; for all noise of musiutry, which xrcs heard atiuUrvals, has c?a""i I there will be sad returns published to-morrow, but I hope that the deaths will turn out to have been comparatively f?w. A coluson of youeg felloesm hlnute, sieging the "Marseilles," is now.p?saU:g my wind<;vr. escorted byt?n times their number; the former are raid to have been the , aoiabalanis in the neighbor!)M4 ol th-H?Om I shwil olou lay letter by OOMTVlBg h ?t lb* th e #. cents Ml on the Bours" to-tiay to 731'3.)J, aid loft off at. 73f 50c. They have been since Uo,.e 74f do, because < f the change of ministry 1 imuivi to in'rodune ibfl rrport of one Of my collaagwsa, and the txtruti fmia th* p ip?rs If- appears that 30 or 4') Uvea Uav b -co lost It In .'aid that k Gen.-ral (Prjr->net fibam Sebusiianl. broth?r oi i the Marshal) wto commanded the tri.ons at the Killed ; la Cabrinir*, waskillei bv a wan ct bl.iutc.. A tew I cancan shots h. d previously b?'?n tii ea Iij that ?tr?et. ' A great l.umb'r of peopl* wf-re wounded by a Tolley from the Muuloipal Guards in the Kaubourg St. .Martin. ! A strong patrol tf National Guards orrivt.d and int?ri pored, anil compelled the Mnntcipiil Guards to surrenI der their colors. Ten pf the people made prisoner* by the troops wero i roufinei in the t-uarlbousp o' the BouNvard <los Bonnes Nouve'les, ^hlnb has uniformly be-u lak- u by 'he p*ople in every emcuie. The pet p'e attack"! it at 5 o'clock this evening. Unarmed the soldiers Ui*oharged the map! kot?, returned tb?m to then, and lib?rat?d the prisoner*. They carried off tho flvj tbat a.lorn <d the >*ntrauoe, and presented it us a trophy to the 34 l.-gu.n of National Guards The 5th r.-gliuent, which joint J tha people in July. 1830, ?<ks be;* duriug this ntfalr, bud fra. rnisrd *i. U th? people. Tbn people are now prf.0i?"<llPg to the Pref^'ure of Police to liberate nhe prisoner* confined there On their way thi-y called At the lie for mi' MWIMMroCN, hu w?re told that all was not crer, t.iat the b^nqu t must take pUce, and tbat good care woulJ he takeu to secuto th<-ir liberties. M.-tishul Bugs*ud commanded in person at the Run St. Denis to-day He i* sow returning to hil house un der the protection cf the Natlr.nul Guards. [ A.VO I'HKit ACCOUNT ] The N.itionc.1 Gtrird of the -id Arron il'ismen^, to th.! number of about 500 or rtOO, asaembed at a early hou i in the Rus L-'p-rllitier. opposite tlie opnrjt It first supposed that their lut.-nMnn* were h is ile to the people, but the latter svon acquired ? ooovbt'ou tha'. ihey were animated wi n the same seutiuieots us t'uv imn'sns* mnjori.'y of ih>* population Their n>otto was "Reform, and tbo di.'mis5?l ot M. Guizot " W'htu thintentions of .1 he rltuu soldiers btc.nue k un. hi ins. m,-n???rowdas'?iahled b-fors th?m crv;ng ' Vive laG.irrir Nationale'." "Vivt In The latter cy was loudly r*psat?d by tb? Ndtic ual Guards, tho olAu> is jniaiog In it. and flourishing their swords Both ili'n iratrrnlicd, and a guard na/ing stepped lorwaru rua; "A difference of opinion may exist butwein us relatlTito the expediency and nature of rnloru. bat wo nr. unanimous lu condemning Ou'xot?down wlib 'iuizot '' The ory waa echoed by the niulti ud-, unit by non? wi'.b more force tnnn by t!ii w-ll dr ssed men who pait !y compound It The uiuiw of reform may b4 said to triumphed irom tua" moment, aud the doou o; th? ministry Shortly rfierwards. those N*Monal Guards formed in lliie,mareh?.d up the Rue. Laiirlietler. rep lred t.lon< the Boulevards to the Rui Richelieu. w'oich they desoended towards the Tuileri?s umlust dMfeuing cries of " Fire ii Re forme,1' and ' Down withthn Ministry ! " to they energetically responded lustead of entering the Place du Carrousel, th*y proceedel along the It^a d'1 Rir. lt. and drew u(> between tat; Rui du D^uphlu and r the Rue du 29 Julllet. i h?y bad i.o sooner tnk- i i h?l. position than an ?ffict?r d'urrf?mmin. e ot Urural J'Ci^uenitnot rode up, and niter exchanging ? few cords with the lieutenant Colonel, rode b?ok ia all h?*te to the chateau An immroise crowd then assembled around ihe National Guard, and then OFtM of, * V. re ia Rc/ .rail'," and "Down with the Ministry," oould b? distinctly heard by the King aod the Royal Katall?. Nevertheless no troop* were ord?red in that direct,ou. , end the people nnd Nationals were left qulotiy to traier, blie. '.though the two ex'r?mities ot tile sli'eet were occupied by in immense force In the meantime the Nat Ion wis of the Third Legion collected to the number of i 000 on and about the I'lao-i d?s Petns Paras, itud their nMeer* liavirg bel t a oouncil, agreed to depute their < olouel <o the ko g to aoquai t his m j'Sty tne wiehe.1 of fh? National in i o her wor s lWoini a'\d th? dtscals.<<tl of the I *i?in,it i l'hat ofll.ier immediately proooedej to tb < | mac *. Wut wis not Admitted Into the royal pr.;<ence; h merely s.wiie'jeral Jaoqueicln^t, the Cotnai mder 'J n ral ol th* Nali .nil Ouiid. who prom ?.d 'h*t h . h tild that ' i. M iUi "arry ilie Htemor! I tO tne king I lM Na'lonal tinariis roiaaiaad e^Stinhled on the rcjimo awaliiug the r?lurn ot the Colonel, the ir determine ion betoi; to march upon the Tullerles, if the i eply w* n*gative OoUHlioufkily etrocg pair'is SaDt out to iat>*:po*r if nocsiery, betweru th? o> mi'atants but no ho?tiliti s to?* place 1.1 the uelghbnrh od th? troops qnletl y reuiaini tug in the adjoining Place des Viotoiret ?ilhout giTlng the least pr iTocttion 'f be Natlona tt'.eil by tkcu, cry1d^ for R*f rra and the dirmi*s?l of Minlsirrs. surr nudarl and followed bv an itnaien'e Ul'kSS of people Iit(?rii)g tli<> j>e i.rleo. and th? aoldiere by their countenxne -s ' testified that they concurred in tVmt wish lo une < f the by-stre?te detachment of troops, atationrd there to intercept the p**?<tge accepted brepd and wine the p <opie, an t th?>r i tooled on. nay. er.ooursg id th. m to acoept the provisions offered to lil m Tha Uk Legion also took arioa and stationed detachraenl? in different (i it sot long to maintain order aud prevent the *ffuiion of b.ood [ from ? private litter ] Carl, Feb M, 184S It is a onrlous feeling to bu Mttlu^ within i'linshotof th ?t dreaded mounter, al'Mi'lin < m I write to aasu e you that w? are eafe and tratqui! for the preaent. In ibis country nobody can veuturs to predict a fu'uce when the passions of the people are roused r You will liare read the orrf'innen1-* and proclamation* to the National OiinrJ and the citlxsns of l'i?o? w<tds full of lat'1 aeiooirttione You will nee how far France ia, as yet, from all th- id -aa of a roitFtituiional g remmen'., from the bearing of a constitutional klutr Think 1 of a government i jenly and rftiUlly An.I ?*.,rev<ly ... plying toamanifeatoin In jtumaum tir I opposition But you will judge a I tb?se tnings. and perhaps with a Mkf?r JntfRUlf-nt, from a tar. f The Ministers dee K.trangerea is completely rem with I sc Idiers Of the line aid Garde! Mutiloiptmx pi i. Th* abutters are abut.and no one can approach Wh,.u I think 01 the inn'V'eut yoHCh and Tenersbi.; n*e, the virius and I tha pit ty that *ro abut up within it? wil'a, exposed to Insult and terror from a meowing orowil, my heart I sinks above all, for her who lia* telt the full extent and herror ot popular fury, and to whom a.l these oigfraotrd > sounds are but tha echoes oi a mora fear 11 I part t Noboby oan oonoaiva tha atata of terror to thoaa who * are old enough to have passed through tha ecenee ef tha i Revolution, wkloh tha aoet popular wrtten of Fnaoe W YO ?W Y(VRK MONIUV Mfl -J ? ? ?. O.TX V/ X 1 -A * A. X A lfX\^ ng the Journal " La Patrie" by T ult., gives the above illustratiou of a companion was the intensity of the people to learn the progred nrt? dow reproducing ; all the bloodstained spectres of that tim* rise before them But to talk of r<i?l prosaio c?Umities. A very intelTt gem woi Kman sold wo tne orner day,mat mere were now 30,#00 ouvrirrg on the j>avi without work Imagine the > (T'Cts of thin ill-timed, ill-managed affair. loan tell you, from the best authority, that 6 000 pasaports have been delivered within the last threo or four day* To-day all the shops are shut; it la th- dear loss of h day to all who ham their livng to oc*t. A friend has just told roe that a manufn ?turer s.j.d to him. "This affair will cost we 00,000f if-spring order* " Nobody o*u ev*n affect to measure the results to the country. [From the London i'imca, Feb. S3.] Paris. Full 'J-l I write in tb* midst of alarm tud exoiieuacut iauesoribable. In two words?the chang- of ministry will not satisfy th? people, who are bot. I believe, unanimous Th^ King has basn required to ahdioate lo favor of th* Count de Paris, under til* ragaucy of th* Duohfzi of OdMM. Th"j will net. listea to thi regency of the DuVa d* Nem.iura The Cfewnbera will not sit to-day. Tbe ' klit has h?en cue of ?lt.rm to all but th* aclors iu what was going; on, ?nd -vho. to do theni justice, were as motive and as resolute as if engaged in any > rJiniry business ofllfo that r quint! nntf and despatch As ipuch communication ont ot doers is out of th* qu-s'ion my 1- tt?r wilt b? in a grsat measure ? pars ual narrative. J wrote l?*t Right under the linpression th it all was settled. Ne*?r wns ther* a groatar error. Nearly all r'mtiaed to b* dona, and a very terriblo atf.tir it promises to b? Thn ficbt'r.j ( is*'l on jiOint at iial!-?',ati ^.ittie lo?? *-f life (c leittWely) tnctlrred. Th* uamo-r of k .lled wis estimated at only 30 or 40 I'hit aiose from th<- conflict b-ving b<en principally cu fln.- l lo the people Bi.d th* Municipal Gtmd, although the rc>ldiers did in some ca"-* flie The contest was at n: end M, haif pn9f 4. A slight calm ensued, and I look up a position at. the ceru?r of fhe Ilue Lep?l!ftier und t.ft* Uoulavsrd d*s ltaliecs, urxt door to th* offloe of 'ie V i ' newspaper About h?lf past 7. the Boulevard b*infr then crowded, there arrived n eoluoin of the oombattaots miry r.f tii.'m armsd with musketa and singing th* and ths oboni" of the GirrwAint, wiiic-h lha.?sot?n mentioiied. I'hxy wme reo''iv*d with uprei' i'ioi f-lioltations by th? penpl*. end proct vded l?? the ?lii<? of be tTational whioa jetna to bs the orgvi ot thi TtriHttbl? opposition. Th-y ii>-m^oded that th* ejl'ors sei th?f their lib >rti?? w uot ' .-.!-iu" played \> M. Matrn't, principal editor of th* Yof o ?t h? n-med thura from the b'. coiy, and asiiured tneoi thu' heir lioTti^B would thin time be securfd. This soeaa w?.? Mffat-d *ix rimes during the nl.'li'. At 10 o'clock a coiamn rf fli'Oor 80'>people oft'lvuiL* who hud l.?vn OijhtiDi, pis-si up .< Uou>?r*' 1. AuiOn>< tiiem were evidently many of the Cointai'.'istes, nn I possibly, some of tho.t? mcl'fotors who will ra:x In nil popuKr moveouuts l"j* bearing and nttitu <?of this C Jluoin who tomato The subsequent net ?t nn? of ths party justified the apprehension whijh tbair appearance SUgfleStltd Although M Outlet had re'irad from the Mln's'ry. the Hotel d-i AITiirefl Etr-mjef'.l remained (Ojii ici and guu*ded by troopi About. 10 o'olock a you' g 'Uitn w?lk*d up to the ot#a?r iu omtinud. and Maw his brains out with \ pistol Seelu-; him fall. h!? soUiers without orders fired oa ih? people, of whom four or live WiTt< killed. The report of thii dlscbvgs at a mom?ut wh?n w> (littered o:irselv>-s that kit was tolerably w?ll our, crewted it p ilnful se&sattou Twenty ruinu*- s afterwards, b iw-.ver. a ia ?- touchioif end "melsnoboly proot fi' arrived, and, as ta as 1 could psrosive, tu.nid bUrm I to r?^,e Tire buzz of an iipp-o^hing lault'tuds "ccalng from th BoaWard del Capacities was heai.i. anl a low rorg of d"a h,' Mo'it ir j>our l<i pxtrit''' was oh.ia'..<d by tbe throng inst-s id of the viotonous Hai f ll iii Mtng rd with tui.e twful and imposing chorus, th* noise of wheels could be h 'ard. A Urge body of the people plow?y advanced Four In front oarrie<l torches te'oiid th >nr? came an op?n oart,?'urrouud'd b7 torch h irers i : .? light wu.l .strong. and discovered lour #r five ; id br? >i s par ly undressed whioh appeared to h*ve bera carfiuily rm-ed in the cart Wien tiio h*al of the column reached the corner of th? Rao L p*ileti-r, ths song was eMang'd > * Iij ?' of luiy, which will not noon b? forg'<*t?ii by those who hoard it. The pr.>ci>ss;oi hailod at the t.Pioe of t, a y"linnal, rno l Lbs who e party b'irst int i a u i mi jtoua shri< k orcry of y.<ug?i?ncs ! Yon know how s >11 ii ii thai w >fd, when pronounced ia F.'eaoh. The d -ad bo. dl-n in 'ha Oirt w?re thi ?e of rhs ueu who foil un 1 r tho Ilr of the eoldiere ahov^men'ion.' 1. Thi* vVdut. is d four >Lie I; imy pojnibly change the i?rue of th* ?ff*ir i'hs n\;ht w*? in a "fal one The no!"? of workm'-n appfarfd lo br?-4k oti the stillness II.iv ig h-*rl a simitar one in 18.10, I g i sn -d w ut goi j-r o i C >rrlcadei* - one imin^n*" y strong lit the e id of 'he |:ue Ilichelieu wre la progress of Construction Tfus has continued no to this ia imeat (hrlf-pist 10) Kv-ty tr<?e on the wn'.l* Un i of the B .ul var I h:vs b ? (?ll'd k'.THry one of the superb lvup p s s has b^cii throv?ii down, and sll converted m'o b.irrio des. At the coiasr of ?re y street Is nbarrifli le f? illsm*u, sh iske^pers. cl?rk?. workmen, ?!l l<.b?rtng at the work with au eagerness i>ud an ea'ne?.o*'S b?yo 1 description 'i'Le kl.i.-must jo f irther t.'ian he h??. > d. fsad h.s ,> . . >n to tbn l>k?t extremity At 1J o'clock M. CMilou Barrot, aeooiap?aie>l by Uen:t .1 kvoirrrloiere, r?p*tret? from the (,'haia ( of Deputimt.otbe .iJlal-iry of t'ae lut?rlor, where he w? lanlly<j, la t>r a*. .<)* of m*,Nftttoir?l Uu?r ? > ? mil iitn-?? of niMz in who fli I thennil't. >h>-;ly afterward* tow iuU(>?inj prool imaMjn w.w po*;e.l u,> on ibti *?'?, null lit ?o l*mit on* : " don- ''.iinfHdI h*ve l> ?ii iu'fto ! by i^i" now < abi'iet witli tb? jr coinuwiid of tlie N?tioinl Un ifl i f Hid l>?p?rtuieut of tlie Sfino. " Uy , oiireue .otic <ll<ttide y.ia haveniitrteil i!it t urn h ofliberty V on li .ve oee.i, nu 1 will ever be, tlie d-leader* ol order. 1 r*lf np.?>: you, a* jou mi* rely upon me. i " Vuur odium i (Sigued) " Uoner?l I, WIOIIl I ,;uk. (Coun t rug e ) " OU1LUM UAtiUJX " ferii. h'cb 34, Iflt.'' At 2 o'oloik ilm lolloping proclamd'.i >u wis posted on the walla of Pari* :? 1 "r,ni?ena of Puria,? ' 'ihr Km/Kti I'ulic ited. T ie crown, boit.nred !>? llie rev llntiou of July, u now placed on the lis?d of iciuU i tc.-ied /? h.? ini.tne-. Thiyare b >th undor ihe Mien are of thi honor * d c >n'*g? >.f the P.iritmi popnl t o i All citi'e ( of dim on :toioug t in li roaie 11?mat Od-ri iebfu , IfMto tM tmopaof the liM to rem-n to I i-.r IMMtin i|n?rfr? Our brave army c.hi he belter ern I yttl hail in 1 siiriiiln,^ iia biood id ao d-pler Me * co | ,i,m " *ly b' orrd follow eiti/.en*!?Kiun iltii in imeut the miin- i feince ol O'd'r iufrn?te 1 u the r nritc* la J p'tMea enf | the people ofl'vu aud itahrraie .Nationnl ?. < rd. T.eylnve t ?rr> beet ( iihfu noil' noble cotiutry. 'il?e, wil. h t d?sTt I. ill llim u- vaemergeuey "ODILOV B VLIUOT" ' All the military poataon the 1 ft, b.tmc oi tin H w?r? Ji?a.iuo'1 early in the morning, and oiouj>i?U partly I by VfttiOQai Ou-trJ' *n 1 ui-n of th.i p ople. v boon ft ptrty of 1 workman, H*atlel by punili of tlie Po.jt'ohnia aijhool, preoonted tbeniaolTea n. tbe b rrnek of tin tt.'timan in Uo Hue ilu Vieu* coloiah The ??>itiael at flrnt offorej realataao*. but rh >n toll tlint they > aoi?iHn t'.rt name of ibe N I'.ional Guard th? r ffl ' ? I Irasadlfttoly H^roe l to eu-rei.aer th?ir ftrni*. whi -U < w.'re pw 1 to tho p op'e iinjor the g?>e ?ny Th' I (Ire 'ion th -i ft peftred ?t th-ir witi'l w?, indO-',e " Pin* h flffurmr! Down with Oal* >t!" Tlie p iip> pro- I ? ' t rx fha nHir.nnr* A 1 ffl < military prlaou* of th? Ah nja ku I f 1 <;o; <?,Li >l? ' (JinTr?. tbr?? of whom h?J burn ??qi?'o -' b? eta"t r Ail to* t>?iiat**'l* ?n<l fur ?ttur? .v?r? 'h-n brau/hl ( u? 1 Into ttw *tr?at, f'>rm?4 Into * he p, and n.'t o nr? At o?? iiiomint H mi t** nl that tt?e flr? wooUl oomnu- 1 nloate to tha adjoining houses, and tut) fireman wars 1 (lent, for to extinguish It. ' Tha troopa luting evacuated tha Talleilas, tha palace 1 RK H rRTVTTVfl MAIiPH on 1?yl Jl*i JLX' \ i J.TJ iXI? V/li 'orchli^ht in the Streets. Hceae of the reading of La Patrie ? of the movement. was immediately occupied by the iniurgents, who destroyed everything la it?windows, furniture. piotures, ita. The throne alone wan left entire, carried in procession through toe streets and the Boulevards, and ultimately smashed to pieces A simitar scene of deatruotlon took place at the I'a'.ais Royal. All the furniture was taken out and burnt in the court. Paris, Kebrunry -J4?1 o'clock, P. M. I wan unal>le to send my despateh cIT this m iming, although the oourler was at the railroad before 12 o'cloc':, the rails having been removed in some plaoea Communication by that means is, therefore, out Of the qOMttsa The Post Office is closed. riieie is no fighting. It is All over for the present ? The proclamations you will reoeive herewith have produe.* t a temporary calm. The summons of the king to M.Thiers, and tliat gentleman's stipulations that M Odllou Barrot should be a m?mb?r of any ministry of which he bim*elf should be th? chief, was made known itenerally this forenoon, aid wi'h all possible despatch Y'ou will regret to l?arn. h >wevsr, that nothing short of the abdication of the king wMI now s'tlrfy the people. Hundreds of orators traverse the city declaiming against l.l< miiulo *11.1 Anlllm. n,,f > ?,irV. ? ""! Dkl iipp*!? >Ioreover, the unfortunate ooourrenee at tha Foreign Affaire i>ist night thveaens to chaa;n, an I feared it ^ould, the character of the ettuaiirle. Lars;* pool! of blooil are etill on the Aspbalte paT*m?ntof the Boulevard* d-s Capuainea,ui the Ru* Basse duK impart. !'he peipla forget thar the troops only fired when their Colonel wm hrutaUy shot They demand 'vengeance." Another lumeatahl* incident hie onau'red to produce thirat for blood I *ma min< down the Kaubourg St Honor* abiut hnif-paat 10 this forenoon when I henrd j fl" t\f tl* th" r.r*XUtnr ol vU-i !\* *?? l-ayei'* I t??s stopped \?y a gentleman who running, i Q'l advised me to di tbe sums, whish I onnfess 1 did It arm cut a hac ' <.f the people w?re proceeding towards the Cbarap* Elvs??* An oflljer of th<< etaff p,.p??(j th-m nnd re-3Chi<d t!i? guard house of th Municipal <?u d, mentioned in ray letter of Tu<-iday. He .-.ddress- i the little Rarriaon, told tham all w?n ovi-r, and y no B0""?s to r*siit tho people Unfortunately they disobey ><J hie injunction. Tn?ir trm? wru di mended 'i'tiey replied by a volley Their guard house was rt.iraii'}, and every man of them was butchered. I met iaor" than on>t young fallow, bearing on etioke, echakoe f the r'nu^htered soldiers covered with blood aid dirt. An s'r-.'ir )inary occurrence took plane on the Boulevard dee I ,ali?-is about tho amne mom-nt 8?*v*ral regi nunte of Infantry of tha line, preceded by National hi <rd? a re,; ment of Cuir **!?*,tl?r?e field pl*oee,and li-e callous ?f ammunition anpeated They were t ?ii by t'/io people, whi>. with the most perfect coolness nir.-d ih? "iif.rn< * by the he?ds. broke open the oaiioua. ..nd uistribu ed the ammunition without any reeietaucee bain ? .(Tared to tham On the contrary, indications of .rind feeling aud frat*rni*?tion passed betwe*n them Th-re were e.t leant 3000 aoldi'ra. armed to the teeth, nd nbout 606 Nation al Guards and men of tha people The horse* were unharnessed, and the oannon were dfpws away by tha people, eccreeof whom were mounted on them I shall, if I cm, reeirve other detail* for a cooler moment At preeent, the great game la in progreee. he Kind's oro*n is m?-naeed ; the " future" cf Frane? in at stake. Th? deposition of the king in '^lled for b? th u*?nd.s The eligibility <f every ruan (o the nstioual ruards, na t other and com,\.rafively I'M important conditions are asked fir. ,u. d?ds of mm *r? now to bo seen armed with nuu?ti, wb'Wi upp'arance Is appalling Already the it lion of the national guards with the army, to <l*f*ud id preserve the csfy ami the monarehy a/nir\sf. those infaiiated miMss, is spoken of. Thin day may t<?!1 auiih A g .Tiirnni >nt i.i formed. The rational guards tuny support it. Marshsi Bugeaud is named com tendp. t oiioeoflh? national ^ua"1? and the troop* of the tin*. These (ONMUiM way check the ultra-reroiu.jn ?ry p:?cty. Half fast One o'clock. I am inform';! that the ISlace of the Tuileries, which ha* hein attseked by the people, is U'toly to fill into their powsr. I am equally tol I *'ia' tbo Uio* has iMIomm in favor of the count >o P.irin. but that !.Mi will not sa'.lefr the people, who i,o? c I for the reversal of ho dynasty and tbs formation ot a provisional gosernmeat. If this ba truo ''the .epublic" is uot far off. 3 O'CLOCK. It is nil trui. The K'u.; t'jrui \lly abd'<nt<d in the Chamb?r of Depu!i. s. at I oVl ->c<c, At I iheu proceeded to Neuilly, under an eerart of Cuirassiers Ti?i penplu took possession of the Tuileri?s without resistanoe, aid "uttud it. file throne has just been oarrlei up th* Boulevard The trioolored flag has been inmiM by a rid fl?g. An rid ItM* to the people, from M. Marrast end othi>:s of the ultr*-lib?r*l pirty. will be pnbl'shed in half rib .ar, calling on the people uot tol?y down their aims u.til tttelr liberti'? shall have been assarei. ? ?? ittrotin isnit<|ii?(4 or i? rancc?nu'iv Character ami Influence. [Kram th* London Horald. K^b. 14.1 Ourraaa-.s may r,-mainbsr that during th? ?nram?r r. I 'iu.unnoftti'1 l>i' -ar, tha public dinner ouit m ir if yon will ennstituti 11 il niani i of K.nglund, "Xtend'd i: irlt to Krane* Tmn w3< adarealy a oow?t<l?rabla >v?n ir aliy of tha !unf{'lom wbioh hail not wii?t Is nai^d i y our n*i|-*bb'ir? Its rc'titan pohiiq ie K.iat. wst, n >-t'i. <>: t pui'.h, tha :u*!o,n axandrd itaalf. and Lilla, j ' <Jo*l 'ni and Ami?ns may. anv-ijt o,h?r towos t Or .dtaj a* ba?ln< ad?pt?d thu Kn|l'sh eu?loiu of a^a*iubl1(ij( ficdlntf, drinking, toaaiiag and nfyir* A out Qfty or sixty b*niii?t?. w b?ll???. nk ii!h"h bat??<u'ba ,> orn*4tion of tbn Krcnob Charal> In iuna or July nad ttialr t* assembling again at an udia^ of Daomabiir At th?<? baB'|ien aoout a ' a i 'rid 'a ' nb?.s. in llSTsroally ooiaposa.l if tb? cmtrr ? " hr. eiitrhe, rrtrcm' gaucht, and souia fitr of tha fx rmm droit*, attended; and th'* ssntimiuts, opi iirn?. uml oratory war* of course very iliyersa and yery una111 vl I I'lta great moyer an 1 enIrrpraneitr, if we may so sneak, of tb '?.- noustltution il exhibition , wai M Dayarjcler I il' iHurartnr, tii? J?pu v f?r ^*o/,?ir* whn b?g?n his pub- i lie IIIW aiim t.h:ee Of fonr no I twenty years ?<o m one < r>t ih? wri-i-ra in the (Hutu- newgpapsr, aud arV), th>> .?h i hs Ott?t nil h'/i allr.i^noe to M (Juijsot in 183f? and has ' bfP i an a?<.duou< followorof M Thl?rs has n?yer < ,'CC? w*vered in his pv?li!eclori far coa?tltulional go- I yerum?at., or In his d sir# to seeura the liberties of his country on a solid basis. ' Oi r. <p?otib!? oharaotar. c inpatant fortune, and con- i ildxrabl* ar.qsircd knowledge. ' d'Hanrann* 1* nelthar t by natur? oi l>y h*l>lt of turbulent or tribuniiian I'ba- t i'ait.or H hi.- Intlni al* mom to !>*> tlmn to Haiti br I \ay m.iVHin?nt p rf*t?ir){ >? f>re* and Tloi^nca. and any i)i' who h-s r??l hia p i -'p'llft* ?r hi* *paeei??a wouM r-ad. y a iniit. thv. th'tunu not ! <?ii5ibl? 11 tbn . i <>( ' i?a a<1.a? n, >i? (I?ri ? ta acompli^h rO r .; >(* * othwrwus ih;n openly, lemlly, and ooi,?tituuoaaUy. A?*'ni?t?<I with th? daputy fir Smoarra wara a'>nia of >)i? uk.ho aloquant tn I n il* uiaa of Fr?nT8?, Whathar i-? ? >r?, ia?t? of ?ol? n*, Uwy tt. onMloiat* or orat ra IV? n??d bu', D:na? l.arn.rnna OJuioa U irrot, Arago, Vl*rte. Piillet. Crrininax, aui oth'-m Of a?ati?ai m by b'rth an J of no inooni larab'.o for!uu\ i* ronoirn, a* wrltut mid ap^aicr, la ".iiroj) an. O Jlllon Barrel, too, for tirao'y y*r". h?a >,uOjl->d a p witi .'i, ?ot i?a??ly in tit nham >#ra, n?t at !? (?*r Arag.i l? am in of wor.J-*id"< lanowo; ml \!*ri<\ PaiHat, hud Zt arn Hta >.-i< t'ia hi\<irdi. ?;i <Hbaina, Jnrrlwi, r nibar ?u Ld?M, and ,J* >r&* i'U' u?r< of Kranaa. Wltb auoli n?n. othara f >old r oil? *ol<w mi J ?xtr-mer opinion*, ai<oh for inuno* *a ?l l?" lra H'tlia th? diputv lor >1 on*, nought to a*iooi?t? tboma?iT?s but mi innar d) Odilo ' B^rroc tb? j ntl?* to aaj ltut thougi lia did v?t rud-ly r*p' l, jat b* did not iu?i'ath'a ei djirrailon; tud the inoaxrat* m?mb.<ra of tui gauche gair r?lly ihowad r?:h<'r a dmtaate than a dwira for tha cumbarn>m? aid of tho r?b?maut or taa yioUnt. IJudar auoh " . .. . mmmmmmmmm _ [ERA] 8. olreumnUnoM It was that the ?reater number of th? dinner* came off, to ue? a eportlo't BkMM. There whh at the feetiv* board, iom* fcood much inilitr?ren* and ? very great deal of bad apeaklng on the Aubjeot of parliamentary reform, and on the whole we heyaa t? think that a healthy excitement in the pnbllo mind lad l>een pro Juried toward" the end of September, mid that there wan thm really a proepeot of son a witne^eim; the ration HI |>ruyrrrn ui noimr in tuuv upiuiwun iu r ? man wards ths beginning of autumn, however, nm- very lac uornnt. rtndaoinns, ?uJ ill-?dvisek person#, th' uglit proper to emit the ki'.g's health st. two or th ee ot th# bouquets, nod this oinis?ion ?which th' nation in Reneral and moderate men of all Darti?s. regretted and deplored?ia row unwisely seised upon by the Miniver* to sti,in .tie* t; e wnol? svstem of public dlnuers g werally, arid of piihl'n inn?tiiij(s tv.r the oli.ous?i n ?<!'" popular topic* an i grii-vuuoes Not merely I" the tenth mid last paragraph In the >v1dr?ss ir "iistver to th" :-i-ij'k* speech levelled at tfi?rn node ih* deviinat urn ' eniii'mt'i" and 1' " Irani'iif ' ti iii ? iflrt," b'l' ' ni"; ?n havi h-i'aso radii and ill >ivi? <1 ? to disinter an old and obeok-t police law . f 17!>(t, p s*i i by the . Istrmh Cr Nuti >h ;le, witn vn-w to procUiuj (lie banquets !>* il l f ,;**!, nil > pr^veiu that of tli. lJth arrondt-"- ? n^nt ol Paris from t ikio? p'ac.1 Suib a stretch of power an thi'i linil proclamation of suoti doctrine" in the year 1H4M not Merely in Krauce. hot iD Pari". (Iftv-nln# wl r tlie fl'st re volution. and eig iteen y ufi at:?r a i an moi.oied by a change of dynasty. appears not merely u -wise and inopportune, hut r-isli, h?7. irdt>u? aud l'r^urfb with temerity uud danger neither remote nor outiiiiitfent, whether in ret'er??ico < o e jverrxo, niicistry, or th" country at Urg? I'lio oppotiti o ...I >.r? i-?. i- bit" wn write up in arm" u. Jor.t, ths tainir ry, tnj, >: w ;ig the fray from n 'jr. we tnnm rav. wl'h more t an a r w of rt-iron W? thould ourMves be the l?.st to tolerate u I" respi ot, much less (llrmffmjtiin, to the per on <1 i.iie novereiga of auy State, on titulional or d' iotiu Hu'h .'t I" not merely unmaunerly. .-i?i*.. . -ml, and unwise, but it i" a high crime and niisoiiaieauour an'iti?t j the Orst priuoipln." ui vouatltutloa 4 govt i - ui . . hloii proclaim the p.'r?"ii of the hUerei^n inti labli' -} !? ininiaterfl lxn>n :he persone w)n?lly responsible i^sl-iad, vuerel-ire of seektuK to slight ib? moUar- b. by tiie oinis?lvu of his .lame, thi persons guilty of this unpard<>uah f pi"o? of i^ anl impudent. oiiiIshIoo. Mould, bad they known better, have dir oted tlieir aim at hi" wnjcK y's oonstitutioijal advisers It is not, howler became certain burKe"ses and *ro? boiintti f'ourrrt of A..lions, or elsewhere, have pfuyed tb?: Mlly game ol VI L^dtu ltiiia, that ministers nhouid thmw down the gaaniie to the whol< opposition, briut; the iiams of tbiir sovniei<n in qu?1tion, charge on a whole bo y the acts of a few ' Auu<j fei*,? seek to put a i top to ail public bamjuets and meetings, t.ud try, by every means. !air and uniair, to revive an unpopular police law of an evil and branded epoch, to stifle free opinion, and srra-.igle Jr.?e dlscm-sluo, as wan wHI said in the de hate by M l.rsseps Indeed, it seems nothing lesi than madness and folly to think of governing the lull-grown France o: 1818 by an ordunnancr of the polloe signed Treilbard, and dating ao far ba"k an 1700, when the country wan in a state of constitutional infancy, and to contend that Frenchmen, now grown to meu's estate In constitutional knowledge shall nat, towards the. middle of the IH.h century. meet in greater numbers than IB or 19 without bnlng summarily dispersed The promulgation of doctrines tuoh as these, at the present period. is not merely inexpedient and inadvisable, but dangerous to the reposs of Frauce and to the peace of Kurope. Ministers bare, howrrer, coutended that they are within the letter of a police law, though the contrary was forcibly argued by M FeuillaJe Chauvin, himself a magistrate, and by mnuibers of the bar of such repute as Marie, Barr't PtUM, and Cremi<>uz. It" U'i :";it ' ! ll-b rt. the (iarde des Soesux and M. Chegarsy, \Treat < teueral at the Court of Cassation. Miiitaia Mm perfect legality of the MM of the cabin't. Hut the arrogant and indis jreat tone in whi^h this legality was proclaimed, only inflttned the cholor of the opposition, and their chief exclaimed that i.hese lawyers were worse than either Peyronnet or Polignac h'or ourselves, w? wish to sea Kranoe a great, a powerful, and a free na'ion, not merely in the Interests of France, but of the oivilizsd world; and it Is because we wish to see her great and powerful that we deprecate scenes suoh hi this. It win advisers such a* M. tieb*rt and Cnegaray, that ruioe 1 the government Of the restoration, and it may, w.y think. In w?U doubt'd whether th? iuoreasr d maj irity obtained by the dissolution of 1846 and the tone in cons- qu-nce adopted has not been of Infinite disservice to th? giy?mm nf of M (iulz)t To the pr.?ise of the highest literary ability, of profound learning, nnd gr>'at powers of expirsslon and expn?it,i?in, that eminent person is undoubt Jly entitle (, out he has for the last two y?ars shown Inms-lf greatly (Uii?U?iC i?i?4 ?-.?)I *r 1. of managing .Men and conciliating opinions; while his colleague, the ministsr of the Interior, has, by his unscrupulous use of the public m< ney, and abuse ?>f publio Patronage, done more to swell the cry for reform th?n ??y minister sinne the time of Viliele or Capelle. We tuir. (o tne p !i m y or one in ? uigurr r.mi'ni w>u niy minister to exir'cate Me si>rT?ui8 from ?n embarrassment which h*? placed th-m in opposition to his interests, in placing :he.u in open conflict with the ua.ion ttt large. riia Lir>nt In England of tli? Krencll KtvuI'ro^reaa uf Kvent*. [Krora t'i? London Times. Feb as J The Kren-ih government t?s prepared to put diwn a riot but: it has >uu"uinb?d to the power of a revolution That ominous term must be employed when tbe institutions of the country h?Te b?en subrei-ted nrid th? authority of the crown subdued by radltiry Ylol?nce, SaTerl legions < { the National (laird, oa lr t out f>r the malntenanie of public order proi."U'ic?d for ref> rm.'1 fraternlisd with the people, au l roarchel npon the TutIrries to demand the dismissal of the cabii:e t he troop* of the lias, who wrt call-d to oppose ihii formidable movement, refused to act ac;ai let tho citliena of he National Uaard. Wn?n th? requisition of this arme.i multitude reached the royal closet, all resis'anci seem* to havo been already ut an end '-ount Mole "vas nent for, and the a Jministration of M. Onlxot per shed in presence of this anomalous and, we must ad l, uc?Tpeoc?d act of popular sovereignty. VVe remarked yesterday, when assuredly no one even It Pari* had o. - <n this unparalleled catastrophe, that rbe least weakness was a surrender of fir m <re than ministerial purer ; for the obstinacy of the trornrnan-ut in :t . iuiel7 end imderets concession t-> public opiuioa on the ref ir.i ?iuejtion, had loft it no alteruuciv* but to oppose a resolute re?lsr,*noe fo the popular aovemen's or Tuesday. Their last fault has been that their leslstaucw was not resolute enough They /ere in poss?s*ion of &U that military power could giro hem to maintain the authority of the crown. They U?d no reason to dlubt that the bourg-tiiit of Pa i?, vhioh detests popular tumults, 01 account of the injury they intliot on trade, would come forward 10 protect the publio p<-ace, as it had done on more alarmisg oc-asious, still less did they suppose -thougU in this respect thsy were grossly mistaken that the irms of the National Ouard wou'd bs used to protect . he populace, and to diotate to tbo sovereign. Bat the contagion o* revolutionary passion spread withf arlul rapidity. What sevned impose'. >le on one day, was so. aompliihfd on the next; and, ns if to reader th>i triumph of pnblio opinion, and of the popular will, morn abeolute and ceraplete, these inflexible minis'.-rs, till* tenacious King tills audaciom military chief, this army, with all ita (unifications, arms nud powers, sink into im piteut subnaiseio-s, tiliniat without th j aisotiiuge of a not or the Iom of a life! The ruagni:u<<e of euoh an erent c.unot. bo overrated. The royalry of July h?.s well nigh eud-a a* ft began; .nil altar the Ubora, ths atrujgWs anil the contrira .o a if 17 yeare, it ha? uudergone a defeat carcel? Ws deii(?W?, aud more anrpriaing, th*n that of the elder Hourbo&a For 17 yrara the policy of Louis Philippe hag b?en a cont'nued protest a?,Mait the principle or popular power, t.i which he owe* his throne; bat it w,.s ;u his destiny, to feel ones more the bitterness o>' a lofting cause - to ataud *Caln on the Ter^e of anarchy, and to laarn that the trrriblo ener<lea of ths Freeh re.Tolution defy the precautions of au'ho. rity. Sue'i n d.'feat is the t?mpornry annihilation of government No security remain* The cou-t wai :h he* been obliged to yield yes!."rday, an 1 lo dismiss an unnopular Mini's er, er?Tids comparatively unarmed in i?r?e?nce of an excited people. whos* aoim laity may possibly b? directed er ? long stoat n more lln"tlous head, i'ti* danger wtiHh ha* bv< > uiasipa. 1 by uch a tardy ooncsslon is i??igmdo<iut in cumpmion with those whion now lio before tils niuetry Kruno Css b> en and Ksr.l? au J vioie illy awa'tHii?d l;""B "p . '.j ; t" rrvo UUJO Ch'-r r.vrn'1 in /'.mi toill ihuke th' , kingdom nilh electric fine. Th~v unit / ?> - j 6' rh'Umgh F.urop . where ihe m.iferialt of r.nnh'tttian are nii-'tttlijp' 'fairly ?. rr wa ahraad, and at a m<*Mt it ' / e?Ireme diffi ul/y i n mill y ? ' her miulfid ? tndd'n thick ( ii flit from the t/uirt'i wh'r' i' pit lentt erp-c 'd. Thett cm.<d raiiam ditclo%e a m 'tt tkreateni .g andunretrain future. We turn, ho/rever, Jroin them to the otual state nf ?ITlira in Paris. rta- flrst a~t ?f the Kiu^, wn#n it waa fou ,d neiegs ry j Lo yield to the reitniaitiou of the armed psopls, was to lend tor Coun: ?la Wa are ?s yet uuiBlnrtned ] whether M. Gail :.'a Cabinet vo.untarily tenaer<-d as I ( vaigaatinj, or wr??'her they were disinisie i on the last J m rgency. The liac ot vliniatere ci.-.-.ulat J ia the j iiarabrr coosiata of me* of a f*r more ll'jaral nbaraotei , :tian thos'* who h.iye before co-or>erat?l with (Joan; | deio. It iocln lea, ia leed thoa* w io in 1^3!) were bin ' jitlereatop onenta Suob a diaiatry w al l be pure I Ventre Quitch' with a coaservattre b-ad ; and at. any I *te it ia pr'>*)ib!e that vl Dtifaurw and .1. I\?asy w.U 1 >i the mosi. oromineat m <:nnere of the new g -sera- 1 n?nt. M Thler ' nam has nit yet beeu in*utioned. I The position of the matnbera of the laie oabmeoia beroud measure crit cat. As uiinia era, tb?ir Ill-judged ^?rt naoity haa brought tbe crown into tne oruel urneality of aabaittiug to a popular tumult : aa men, they lave losftir* I th?ir aittagonisit in I 'he p*op|< gen?rally, enh an iuconoeirabie amo'lnt of paraoatl h.i tied I. f? n* it's eh i * ter, the gigantic pr?/iorti?r.t aj h i am ii l?r? . .. .. .... t - , itkl' k'ight if hit tfitd/tin, hav iff' ihr witttnrfi nf teven j Ifiri of 'riudink MM f 'io-r all unh-a'.'d AIM M nr-et I ni'l lofty ? pwsious so 0 roe f?nd monies '"> uuinorous, such ? m?n c*o Wily f*U wii.ii nunty rorn tuinisterlnl <1 <i?Ir y to private retirement. He iresonts, aad It h?s b??n his p1 Me to represent, th?f irlnciple of k >rnrnui-nt whtnn this umu.t h s treutpled llltlor toot lie l>pplt.* . '*ll U Unfl'UC II-.rf c lllMff" > 1 <J mh hlin 1 promt tuption t-??--?rjr i.fp '? ioastltutu>n?i laws, in which he b?IW?<i I,ike other ii ii " luitily v.n<ui>t? <tn l resolute, he has li?"l to sie ' lis ?h-.'.t?rei in the h<?u or his s*f?re?t trial; ' ret tie will piob ?bly exhibit to L?ie worUl ? optrii in *1'ersi'.y entitled to more respect tb?n th* (jueetlon^ble ' e ?t? of his fllplotnaoy or his p irllin*nti?ry tajtio i Ue ? mp' ioh'i#i,L preferred against ..he govsruuieut, ?r I t iipportei by the si^.ia.ure) of fifty iu iab-ra of thA lnuibor of Deputies is not now an idle menace It la rolrM tUo rary eriooj qiiMtiua of responsibility oi ' LD. d?plor*bl? <II?tarb?nrf* Ori?p*rtyo- tb? Oth?r turn]* coi?i?t*d > { h-tvlng br<u<ht th? to th? brink f'f r?*oiutlon It ) of oouw iha eosqii <! party which b?ar? ibe r*pro?. h ?ud uiuU lulfr ;hi punishment As ? ?how<"l v?ft"riay. th? fatal r?*nlu'!on of th? nov?rnm?nt, and th? mad Imprudence of th? nppo#itt?n. h?v? *<|u?lly onntrlbnt*d to th a calamitous result ; the i.ppt dltton o?n i.nly endeavr>r to shake off tb? burden of this ctiar.-.e. by throwing the whole of It on the faMeu We do iiot fcjE??n inst.nt iloubt that the men who will b-* called u^n to a?um? th* dutt-s of government u' thlsorie vwlilexeri. all .-ir pn? n to restore peaee to th? city, to maintain authority. to pr"T?nt a violent popular reaction, and to r<-ncu* th-dr ?'.T?relRn fron the baz?r iou? posl'lon In whia'i h? hss b?? o M hy hie la'w ?dv e-?rs. I'iftHt/ fa nr hours h < - in/fi ,,l for the metier hyj rf July to tliil- prrci-t i fr.mth h-ighti' hud to tih'iriout'y allain-rf; ,ind th' /'. nrr ichn mat dream' /' hi' yil'rd*v I<f the trh met of I. t, A'IV, ill' ?ulij>tgalin>' f the r>pi .?i?n n/ I I the Ui/t rvntii- in Fwilz t land in/In f<iri:ihl' r* . ( (m ,,f >hf ? ul virtu <i t. w k 'he'uw mnrvinf in th io>igh h'l H'$ttiid h 'if ri/ I ptiuti m ij mil n il fri'itit h" ' it ~ " !?*? no with 'o re oiiTH -tfx at ' ic't a iMr.t.f ."'P'.r m m?i ' >- . n w? are keenly i- (? to the (i ingot v.hlcU irrt* efent ma* prop?i<rtt I.v?r tbe world; yet it, o*nu"t but be ob^rr. I tfc-t rh lii" om of th' Kr.tnoh uo?". iim?n' whlr% It. hi * follow**! to le Mijrn ot mr ;ni-4tiou jiixJ tain, r>lnclle ?ith ite uii''it from *h? al toie of Ihl* ci.untr /. vi[ auia i in' r>nue* tuil Anstrlan n >mi"e|* w?r? th itpproprUt" <Ht>lfin?tic pn-ani< i of ? c h,n- which h ' i turned i a b-utk on fr ? Kugls. 'I artd thr< . en. d to ..(Vifloe to the interest o' a dyni?ty tha pet.oe of the Wl..'1'l ''betas* of the new OaMr' (, wv;': b"> nnn of mireine iiitiicnlty , for. *)j?ii ver C m op n.*l<u .< , 'i;ay be nta 1? w hati'v i i ? - rn nj In prop v d, hi ..<< ; r .talent hat raotiirnd r. ?'i'ioS w loh uido-a tt.o wo?k?f ye* a Till i, .or'n-lnlftt'-y can ? ? !y h' p.? to ;.p- iiny certain resiatM ' n t" ti"e pi ti>.uel ir ofi U? pt ularpn i j, to >?hich tli ylh T?a.dv?s hmdly brl- I'll unler- in rent a/ ihii in vrwtvt a>'H l'im out <? At i /luAin urt; und, alii It ilc 'ty hi?- li-?u won in th. na.i>.< of th* people. It ntlll leinaiua to be a; on who ia to pr dr, by u We believa the itauln of ti.usH ('iaturbaricea tt pyebpenso extreme y nntor?N<n that thi ji pulaf leiwhtn were unpi't-par^d take full advantai?'* of thaui- lapjite.howeypr,ofth* mom' ottiry ccmliitiatinn bet .^en th* al Guard of Purli un i tlie populace, by which thla blow hue been struck, it ia highly Improbable th it any auoh union inn last. The ti-mJmn|pa und wi/tiiea of i hoao two olu?aea of citizen* are totally distinct from uch other Tha vaat majority of the hou* holders of I'arla will be found to ? th?a.? pcliti al oocvulalona, by which they Buffer moat hn irilf. We will add, . hut the yaat Jiajority of thn [ 'rir.oh people ilr>-ad r?-yolutlona far more than tbey d<-alre th?m ; and that although a day of exoiteniHui may prompt, them to trample on the law, and to intliot Indelible injury on tha oonatitution. it la by no meaua probable that a factious minority will auooeed in plunging tuat powerful nation into laating anarchy The powers and Urmnaaa of the new adminlatraticn will, however, at onoe be tried ; for tha morrow of a revolution is already a day of resistance. | Krom the London .Standard, Feb -JH. ] In our later edition of yesterday wa gaye full datalla of the eyenta that have oounummbted tne third French revolution etfeoted within little more than half a century; indeed if w?? w?re to euumnrate, as dia:inot revolutions. the oonst'f utional ohatigps of the laat ten yaara of tho l*Uh century, we mi|{ht call the revolution, now effected, not the third, but the thirtieth. How ia thla to end.' 1 11H "Huprn Lutki. ivu tun iiiir viment nnniig* ID the neighboring kingdom arc to us ineorutabie. We have no i fi<tu, bo sincerely, and no unequivocally exexpressed oar approbation of the governa.eut of Krauc* during the last ??t?d years, that shame, if no higher principle, must forbid our exercising iug-nnity to detect upolcgi s for rebellion li? the conduot of 'hose by wlrnni that government ha* bt>en almi .iut-red. We frankly declare that we oan tind no such upologies. On* Tact stands prominently forward to refute them (Trance has improved mora tn material prosperity and iu national iinponano* during thee g. ven jmu, (hau in Buy equal period of her history And It luny b? added, that th? only t?rritoria< acquisition nndn by F-anao since tue reiga of Louis XIV , and still posevssed by Iter, his been ui'ide since 1841 It is not in the season of Louis ['hiiipps's adfersity that it b?oomes uu to forget these things The Ain't, we xr tn-day, explains t1?e revolution of February, 1449, by ascribing it to the neglect of the late * king ??f the French to imitate the progress, a* it is called, of Kngiond dnring thu s?v? iCeeii years of bis reign. i'he sp-clSo ommious aliened by our coi,t"nipor?ry are, the not opening the loumolpttl c< rp rations, and the withholding of )t?? tia ie \s for * ? first ^f th?*? trmtsslOliB, it ra?y be enough to e%y that tli* municipal corporations w. re guarautetid by the diarier wulch was the title ot Louia I'hilipie to the Chrou*, and guaranteed upon a plen at least an popular tit the municipalities in Kogland; for tbesocortd it is n< torious that 'he opinions ot the King of the an.l of minuter, \1 On(*it. w-re much more favorable to free trade lua wire tt." opinions *o l intentions ol the ui.-j rity f the French people; surely his mej-sty's iirusious rcr?ption of Mr rotiden, cn^ht not to bs f>rgol eo.ev-n !>ough vlr Cobdea'l **guide, fhllotopkn und tri no, ?1 Cremieux" (the only Jew iu the chamber, *s we be il-ve. by th* way) hue taken an a-tire part id the iosurreotloB against the king and his gorertnu'nt. If however, we can find no reasonable ground of proroo tlon for the last convulsion, we ere as muoh at a irtiis to eiplaia its Fuddeiii.o<is and its sueoe-*. Tbat cHern must have beta soiae prnpa. wtlon for It.of whioh (he late i<overuui?nt w*s wholly ignorant, is too manliest "j allow ot a doubt,and It would appear that the administration altogether jnisoaiiubcea tat hd?lity and z?al t the vast ini iiary fore* which it brought into Peris Of op?m d*s*ri!on, there are uw instances mentioned; '.iUt a general aoiditexs to the service in whi<J% they were a-ugnd, would seem to have characterised the tioopgj id-he discovery of this colduess It probably w s bftat dri vo the king to the vaooilltlag nessur>s that concluded his re pa, us, ia cases like nis, vaccilla ing measures always do. Deeply, however, as ws regret the our o taken by the French pooolo, we must not permit our regr?t to taku the shapu of resentment. Th?y undoubtedly have a view of their mode of curing')i-(< b<* lav r?b.? or th? rev?r??. ;Vse v;t<?? iius* not p>ss the limit* of r?speotful . peculation WUUin .he i?iiutlfs w? tnty use th ?. late vents a* proofs that eveu an itriil,bl?, h n>r, Me, inteli<cu'. muU galluut nation, ouch mm tb? Kremh u :dubti dly are, m i still hurdly be entrus.'ed with the guardianship ot their < wn h ippinese and prosperity, it ibey Jo ot call in on* other influence to aid ih?ir ?>ai?ble (jtiilitips their s^nea < f honor, their intdligencr, and their QOiimge- a p?rvadini< scnia ot the paramount au'horUy of religion It ia with nations as with men, a strorcg religious feeling is tlie only secu'ity for s'?'iiiLy ot conduct, rr singleness of purpoB", ia the nation, or ia the individual. ? ? ? That the events in Paris may have a powerful influence uprn the deatinii s of all t arope ii t o ortain; but a nr?a.. deal will test upon the judgicent and di'crelioo of the Kuropetu nations geis?r?l!y. Let the mistake* of l*9i be carefully avoided -let us, >'S we are bound to do, ohi-exful y ackr.owleilg * the ri^u tf the French na:ioa to regulfite lis own (fairs, wh' lly uninfiu'i o d, in 'he acknowledgement, by our opinion of th? wi-ifoai, or hv ; j tl"e justice, of the r- culi inn made. We have sad proof that nothing is gvned by interference in suoh la'ns as that before us, and that even th.i exprtrsion of a wish or an intention to interfere mm: reflect fatally upon chose i-.tefats wuich we may wish to?>:e tiroteonid. Sa f r, therefore front wh-kfc has oeouTred in K.?noe kelug an urguiuint for warliit? preparations, ou the part f this country, it ia ? < urgutnenc the other way. i he rev lution-vry party in Krar.cei-,?8 *11 liuo*, the und nuti English pa-ty, la t?o im? oka that party b? so eff. c a iily ?*rv-d .s by la isinug it wiiii a pretest, for quarrelling wiiii this c uir.ry W ?ro sattsDcd if no .ifurb ng fores h.tiuJe, he d m fr,\l and war p rty will have triumph* I to th*irown ruin. Hut th" 'i it dsli-acy omsi > toat account tie o!,serv >1 by f irelgurM If Kogiacd were a f unt-y whose resources wet not nd?->i'iate to defend ii r 'y ? ; ii ?t ' - world in * u>',' .here might be i. the oiuuro'u etHte ?f :h-< ii-hbo.- og nation an ncu*e f, r has / p**par?. io .,; bu io is . 11 now lust the i tie* of 'h? a , Id hi i *o ii<i tiug i ttiat t - > rtn?l ooni i it ot F. <N i i' an irip-Msihi iry.aad thst w >vever i>i iters i i try a: ei ni^ o?n up-)0 li?r will be re-,Ut?d t n-I i npos tin * 4. sson. Vv<, ?r?< tii#re forr, wi li or wr' ut' national dt f"ni?B." la a oontiitioa o wait wi t p?tf-ct ooti'll?r, .? th?i proftress of evects; tnd he inore )lMt (It MbMMMM the more secure in*.!'* Kir 'n ? ! in ?nu 'iv 51 ?r.r? rw - m y, 4* . n'- pTi>A ;A y <'i tit 4, 4?irif t>hi vtar /.y ).ricipti?t pi' 1 . ?; n</ i i prnjn t 11 n l? th 11 mnunt of lh >i- yi <y<lrii/idi j 101 /1 A ('f mlrnt d' i 1hi ?ti|(lacy r/ fA' i??r. W" if *d r?it * w#ar?, ?i >h?i, ie*v? otn < ni>i.ii?a ah' .dm wi b u( firo^.ttd wi'kou any Hi. 4 upoa >ha jcipu bi-? of th? at ijurky of tnu.*,Uava Lbcui to fluk uu<i*r tbnir own fntilaa au l >?u1m Atprai*ai n? pcMum* not to 00 jtctura *h?t ?h?[i? tb? h'iek..ih < )?'rnnj-m Ii to iak*. It *a?y b? moot r?hieal >r rputiiioaa, or whttvfir tn* oaprics ot tat jiopul??? >hkll ch o?ej but this in no affair of our?. I'tat; I<rcncla \?w* In the ifrllUli rurllurufiit. lu th? liooa* of Common*, oa tti- vftth nit., Lord pAi.>ia?*TOt, iu rrpljr > * i|u>-sn n by Mr. Hindy, *;at*a that ;ai Ktenr. ini ltii?? ? reo?i*ei from Harm anaounooil sn?r?ly - r*tinm"nt of >1 Oullofc uua Li* oolit ??u*% nu i . U* ot u?mi?sion i?i??u to 1 mat vloifto firta ?.n a<Unintotr?tirn; to fir ?m iht sffloi^l iul*llu?nc? b? ilnil that wnleb w? w rmbu to giTa In oar lata e >1 io?j? aoiualljr fiior <i an I in circulation wbau Lord P*lm*r?ton ?'.i??kii>ij i i'a rumor oftba abdication it t*i kingof tba French rcach. J ma t wb1'1" "> 'our o'clook, and ot courpe It produced a 4 >od t-al oi ??ult?ra?nt. l.i ilnj?* Ko: ? in* t 10 nfi.r t ) rumor bee ,m? kuow.i nib?r? clunterad ut tin bar, ?taudm{ r It a VI Situift VVoiUay, I?n.'appi'??4 to b" retailing ih? iut?lli|f??o? fr?m va" ?' d+ily p?p-r?. Itnmaii?t<*ly that tu? ourlo?ity of t .? Ho?. .Members aaariu).?d a'. lb<t b*r hik b??n (jrat'.Uxd, tb? p'Ttlou ol 1 a pa : o<> iu>< ta? .iiter-ttmg pt?c? of t-l*gr?pMi) oaw*. ??* torn cut, and ih.- a b?u-iea u,? to thw Speaker. AC hm tuom*nt .-ir H. P?*l #nter<j'l lh-< II u? MLdouUkru hi* u*ual *at opposite tb? ta> t I* Ml pwnd 1 > Inin. I h? riAht Ui acr.kD,. U ?ro > . i . u m,'1.0 J, uht, i t tt n.-n *u odiDirj communication, i w?d sim-i o ?lapie b'fjrii >m x ,>a-<l ut i. but u > ?nou*r > ul u ' \i iuo* i o?. t tt tbmi hu. i. J i?c.o * the (lour i) .b? irf?sury b~cohM, ?h r- Lord 'obii rtuntl. ,i i ?ord I'alui rutou bttl ju*c iak<-u in < *"J . jd tvu.lfj ae tocumaat to Uum* cwo uobi* > <1? *bi **g- ijr j?'oured it* wui' . t.i |'b? K>hUt Ho,-.. . *b:a B ta-lJ t*hort bur, eTldantly aaiuiA--il " . u? h tha wo Nob > Lord' and ','ieo t.'iuti d '.o tin op,. ?ilion. rho ttir aud SXOU.-I11 >M 4litaii an* .d elfatad .<tto k*i Hon. M. iub?i* did not itibiidi till Lord I'alm-ritou iiad ?u*??r?d I <4Ue*li nof .It. liiid.ay, .nd liM

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