Newspaper of The New York Herald, August 23, 1855, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated August 23, 1855 Page 2
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>??< cimrged with the ifctere-'t* K .*i*n suhjctK Mtare the ?*r, presented an 8th .crt. to the Kiuperor at Mm TuMeries, 40 Russian prisoneMfMrho ha 1 Just arrived Orleans, and who were (o bo -rnt on totheRus tha territory, having beon ?? \ch~ nge 1 indue course. Pxmoe Adalbert, of Bavaria, *a? -'aying at Meurice's Betel, Parti, incogniio. The war steamer Mludello, with the King of Portugal, his brother ->uJ suite aecompan .?d by the ?ttomship ??una I ui?u left Southampton for Usbon at 8 o'clock on wienung of 9th inst. The Kin; called at Osborne - n route1 M take hin fart-well of the Queen and Prince Albert. A letter from Cagliari, in the Itiuia Popolo of Genoa, ?tate* that on the 23d ult. the Sardinian recruits of the 1Mb regiment revolted, took up arms, and attempted to torce the gate of the barracks, with a view to return to tb?ftr homes. Order was, however, speedily restored, and Ike ringleaders arrested. An awfnl explosion at Naples occurred in the Oistel Xuovo where percussion cape are made, on the 20th Ju ly. The entire building was blown up, and it is said that at least 200 persons have been buried in the cMtrit. Fearing that another revolution had broken out, the sol dier* rushed to arms, whilst the inhabitants, imagining M?t an earthquake had happened, ran about iu a fran tic condition. The windows of the palace were broken, and there are grave shakings of the head whether this was not a grand conspiracy to extirpate the royal family. It is announced that for reasons of economy the Otto Man fleet is to be completely disarmed, with the excep tion of the steamers. The whole force, except the Meob stfe, the Peckl Becan, an Egyptian frigate, a Tunisian eervette, and two smuller vessels, are at present in the Black Sea. M. Bruil has completed a Spanish financial operation, which has been a long time in arrangement, having huc Mcdcd in obtaining a loan of sixty millions ot reals at Paris, (about ?1,200,000,) through the agency of M. Werner. Sir Moses Montctlore arrived in Jerusalem July 23, with, it was supposed, tirmaus authorizing the founda tion ?l' several charitable establishments for the Jews, and even a synagogue. Experiments have been ordered at Vincennes on an incendiary balloon of immense size, to bee if it can be ?ee fully employed at the siege of Sebastopol. A first ex periment was made a few duys ago; but the balloon, after feeing tilled in the courtyard of the fortress, caught the t<iwers in rising and was torn open. Oil Monday the bal loon was tilled at the gaswoiks near the Barriere du Trine, and was dragged by sixty -oldiers to the Polygon; but just as it arrived there it burst. 'Imnry-live shocks of an earthquake were lelt at f?ioi.-sa. Abd el-Kudir is sick. Liverpool letters announce the ta;lure of Latham Bro 1 h< rs, m the Buenos Ayres trade, with liabilities for jm,ooo. A subscription to buy a freehold landed estate for the Juglan family is rapidly filling up. ?0,000 are already subscribed, mostly in "tuns of ?100 each, from the no fcdfty. Mercantile letters from St. Petersburg *tate that busi i?ss goes on quietly on a reduced ?oa!e, and that the ex ?haLges arc steady ant the funds well supported. No thing can be gleaned Irom tlie-e letters as to the stale of ?I'lnion on the war. Tho Liverpool cotton market reported steady at previous rates. Breadstuff* dull and lower, and weather ngiin favorable. Money tighter. Con-ols 01. American eecurities quiet, mostly unchanged. The market for American securities is reported by D. Bell, Son & Co , London, as steady. Transactions have Veen on a limited scale, a ud price-* have undergone no material change; ? Vnitfd States 0 per cent bonds, 1888 101', a log Do. 0 per cent inscribed stock. .. 105 a 107 Maw. t> per cent sterling bonds, 1887-8 10-1 a 10:> Maryland 5 per cent sterling bonds 91 a 93 I'ennsylvauia ."> per cents 78 iV 80 Do. o per cent bonds. 1877 81 a 84 Virginia 5 per cent bonds sterling. 1888. .. 84 a 85 J 1)0. 6 per cent bonds, 1888 89 a 00>i 0una<U 0 per cent sterling bonds, 1878 114 a 114;, NVcrk Cm. K. 1". " per cent eon'ble. 18o4. t>5 a Ot'i Do. <! per cent not convertible, 1883. 82 a 84 N. Y. AtKrie 7 |S>r cent. 1st Mortgage 18ti7.1o0 a 102 Do. ?!o. 'it inort., eon'ble. 1850. 90 a 92 D<>. do. .'Id inort ., 186.1 88)? a 89>j Do. <io. Convertible, 1862,... So a 81 t'o. do. Sinking fund, 1875 81 % a 82!j Illinois Central It. R. 7 per cent, 1876 79 a 80 Do. 1 ree l and bonds, 1800 84 a 85 Michigan Cential 8 per cenft 1800 Otl)^ a 9i Pennsylvania Central R. R. 0 per oent, 1880. 00% a 01fa Xew Utl>?n? City 0 per cent bonds, 188.1.. 80 a 8.' ?or London C?rr?ipo?ilfn?(. l-OMKt.V, August 10, 18V). Thi W<ir? i?r Army IVi'M Wintri' in the Crimea ? A t ion of Prt iiige ? The Ilongo Affair ? hbnign Zyiotm- ? 'Die Kinjif 's T'ncimii ? Count Mont/nvAin ? King Hntn'i a ?hat ful ljta Vi for Una foil. ? An Amerinn Jos nh A<ly ? Jitvieio of the foreign T.'ijion ? Proroga'iim. Id defeult of important intelligence from the neat of wax or any great ni vr-of espe.ial interoat. I seud you to a EOi t of i lia podrUla of political and oth"r new*. j 'Jhe telegraph from the '-amp before Sebn*'opol brings tJbe ftr.-i>otjr|rf"! plu a m', Nothiw; BMf MM BAwto pol. ' It is trte private letter* *p-'uk of iniiucnue prepa ration*, of formidable Ivatterie* which are to destroy the rtmnunt oft)*> Russian fleet, and of a grand nttnck about the middle of ?>.frup-t Hut it is better to wait for event* instead ? f anticipating them. So much i* certain ? the allied armies export to w inter in the Crimea. Wooden hut* have been ordered tor tliem. There are rumor* ?Boat of the projected ? raisin# of the siege.'' 1 do not believe them, and I am pretty well informed. It i* a question ?f who can hdd out longest .and if I/>uU Nat>o teon i- not -hot or doe? not <lie, he will not knock uu let' to the Czar. Seha>top?d limit lie taken. <'.jhv r/ai ci"'". If the allien retire and raise the ni<?e. they lo*"* an im ?nen-e prestige in (lie, and the Ku-cinn* will gun in proportion. The M-ene.h have fortified Kamies'h so *J 4 make it impregnable and they have, moreover, a huge fortified camp at. Alalia k . Iteinforcemenl- of every des cription. in men, gunboat*. powder, balls, shell" &?., are going out daily t."in Englitnd.aa well as from Franc- <"??' this doe? not look I'ke the ra.niug of the sicze. It i* a pity the Turk- *ere not sent to A*la long alii ?<'. In the Crimea they have d<ioe nttliing but mtrch .in ! counter -march. There i* a report, but it require* con- | Srm*tion, that <>cneral Muravieff. with :16.000 Ku**i?iu, attacked the entrenched ramp of the Turk* noark-.r*, Mid waa defeated by the said Turk* under i.' OOral Wil Hmm Accord inn to the last advices from the Haiti'- the allied etjuadrons had a -? mhled nf tin* iidaud of Niivgen, and were prejiarlrin to bombard Rel-ingfora. The ce rei ponder'* respecting tb<- Ihingn affair in atiil carried on between the Fntrli*h and Russian authoilttea. The K In dian government refuses to give up Lieut. fJcneste and his leliow prisoners. It appear* that Spain Ub* offered -?> 000 meti to join the allien. So we nhall hare a Swl?*. a fJer man, . ? H ?lian, end a Fpanish lepioii. i.eneral Prim ? ill have coram .1 ?I the latter. The yueen of KnginSd ye terday revie wed the foreign (ierman legion at Thornelirte, near IK<ver. In u few day* Parliament will be prorogue I. and Queea Vie lena. aoroirjiaiiied by I'rince Albert, thi l'rlneeof Wa'c-i, the Prince** lh>yal and ?une proceed to i'arU to re; mn tbevisftof the Kmperor aud fjiipre?< to l/mdon. lu"y eay the Kjnpresa is nun nt' . hml </? Inn thi* time, ' ut their have l<>en so many t?! e al?rm?, that untd ll ?s ? vstttmiJ people ?>e inereilnlou*. An beu- to the I ntpirr though it iu.gbt not plea-e Prime Sapo 1'in. the actual I ? Mentof the Paris exhibition, iheir presumptive , might obviat'- a rivIJ war in Krali ??' \ ?*<ieuin< lit h.,* i'i- "idly Hppearod in the I'ali- papOl* pu jmi'ing to having Veen -ei/ed among the paper* ol l.enerjl Klio, th>- -|am-li I'arlist lienetml. ll purport* I'ibea eomraunieathn from him to ? nit liontemolin. eWe-t ?on of Don t'? i<> and . Uiniaut of ih" Spani-b throne. The doeument ie\. , . ? tit , .n l.etween the Ru".anv the <Vrl and ih? l-ejim i t< ot l-ranee. The Uttei < led* re the d .-ut ?,,, ? , , i tion, whilst the edito >.f h< ' in w'.i.eH js per it Hr?t appearwt, <* l ues th it the w .>d? , n ? in the handwriting of (ieaetal Kl'o and that the ,ut. rial document i? in tii? !>*'--? o >n ot il>. t ron 'a vvmroent. It i* ('ear that otke nl tie- two ? ,> t? em e?t baa told a falv hood. I^ttara t cm Nrple* give a leploial'le i lot >,i ,? tyranny e*<r< >e.l by King floiul'a over Ins 'lie ts ?vl>lt up m his , :tris(of i. eta which l>. I*tl#? with ir ttou, h?' allow bi- dirct #or of |K?iic?*, one Ma*/i, to o yne.s th<- p<o| le 1 1.? in-tmado lia-'xen establi-ho.!. MDd a re-peritil le III i it. ? ived uw litindi Ol- n s Ihr havinp sp *en iU>re.,^t|iilly ?f the jh?Uee. ill lit> i? ch-|Mired of. lbi-..ei tyranny has c?*.-ti <| a greil aeomtioD. Any per-en wii , v.., . ?. j, .,i n w.d> y wake, i* iinuie<l'afely a ' ? e?*/,| The formation ft an itali.ii Is*- u ,i . ^ir hi i ? . '. mnl mf>'. not to my. alarmed. A ut i. i;?. wll as?<mbleat Nova ra, in Piedmont, f ' n> nhiab town .here ia a railway to i.'enoa, lti*'*p? ted that all tb" raftf ff" ? II join it. Rinletiky ha* doiiwn ? d more ti-i??p?. rhi? will reach you about the san e time ?? Kv 1? |, ? He "eh-brated Kren'h frageolene. "he bas h-?n u?r< forming I ere at St. .lame* theatre. Toifb' ia the l#*t nifbl ?>f tlte Italian 7>f ? > t-..?on is, in fact, over, the parks empty, ant) Lond< o out of town. Half London will be at Paris next weuk. : A rort ol American Joseph Ady ban been doing the (rotxl Ixmdtnera lately, offering them Home thing to their advantage (on pre-payment of a guinea) reape -.ting the settlement of claims on the Unittd States. I enclose you the details, as it may be well to show him up at New York. An official report from (Jeneral Muravi-ff, who com mands the Russians in A>ia, has been received to-day. It is Uft ted 11th July. He hut made a reconnaisance of Kars, and Home skirmishing had taken place, to the ad vantage of the Russian*. The Pretse, of Vienna, denies that the Dowager Empress of Russia has addressed a letter to the Archduchess Sophia of Austria, supplicating Austrian aid. The state ment of the existence of this letter was made iu the Paris correspondence of the Timet. The Paris papers of this day (Friday) are very severe upon Lord John Russell. Had Lord John been in tlio opposition, it would have passed; but it must be remem bered that Lord John was all along a Cabinet Minister, and he uow gives utterance entirely in disaccordanoe with the policy of the government of which he formod part. Palmerston's reply is given at length by all the Paris papers. Palmerston, who is a wag, did not omit the opportunity of giving a coup lit Jarnac to his ex colleague, whom he styled tlie "recent great advocate for war." The Queen yesterday reviewed the Swiss and German foreign legions, near Doyoi Parliament will be prorogued to-morrow. Oar Paris Correspondence. Paris, August A, 1855. Tht fbrtign Enlistment Question ? Difference in the Jbrte of Lord Palmerston to Amerim ami the Small German Statu ? Queen Victoria 't Visit to Paris? Order of the .4 rrany iit'-nls for her Reception? Carlist and Lejitimist In tr igues ? Discovery of a Curious Political Document? Overture! to Rustia to Support a Carlist Insurrection in .Spain, ilc., rfe. The raising and subsidizing or soldiers in foreign couu tries for service in the war, and more esp'jdally with reference to the grave inconveniences which have result ed from such attempts in the United States for the Eng lish government and its consular agents, is the subject of animadversion in the AsenU/le- IftUioitale. Lord Pal merston, it is observed, had deferred to the representa tions and remonstrances of tke United States, so far even as to have consented to give up the establishments at Halifax and in Nova Scotia for the recoption and eniist mc-nt of ie<ruits, because it was urged by the American govrmment that it would be a provocation to a direct violation of the laws ol' their country. But, add* the A WW Wee:? There was In the language of the flint Minister of England, when speaking to the small Mates of Germany, or addressing the powerful republic of the United States, | a difference which will escape no one. On the shores of I the Wescr and the Elbe he is absolute; his tone has ' i-omethir.g dccidod, and contrasts in a very clear manner with the moderation and circumspection which he thinks proper to employ on the other side of the At lantic. This difference of language aud of conduct is ex plained to us, in part, hy an article of the Times on the very day when the incident to which we refer took place | In the House of Commons. The article referred to cautioned the government on their policy at all timo*, and the more ?<> durtng the pre set war; and likewise mentioned the grout necessity o kcciiiog ud good terms with tlic United Statea. ?]l,e I ropororoB Saturday drove up to the Exhibit on in a private phaeton, and without nay other attendant thu. tlile usual pair of groom-. His Majesty went through several of the galleries, and left alter a visit of two hour Re remarked, 1hat now, at all event*, Y ranee was trur to herself again, and lml such an Exhibition as the world bad never before seen. On Siting the lmpenal boudoir, Is now to he that a-tgo* to the Queen ,.t England on her ensuing vUt, Us Majesty suggested a Sew wasteful alteration*. Wh, n tl* Qu?en ?f Sheb.i bethought herself -?r g<?% to the beauty oUarusalew and the glory and wis domcf ?otomon, I dare say the was ot Urael *ere Pr? (.ortlona'bly itupvossed witl. the honor, and full of flat t. ling -V eches on the greatness and dignity of the lady \vho condescended to make such a pilgrimage: but ?? Homeric .trains have banded down in noble hexame. tei f a record of them. There will be no su'li lack her. . All thing" have mightily gone ahead since even A*a ,??nnonli>ed; he found a poet to draw hi* is.rtrait fo. posterity and now, instead of on-, i here are a thousand Inns of soqr ready to chant the virtues of princes or by ? .Wxlerous rythni to make their rices represent the virtues they should have. Paris i. ringing from end to eld with joy because John Bull's little Queen ? ami not in* 1 * , , ? i. ?? ?i v from r*traa i;*r' whT The cr-Un of ?he ^'th/ki'nT W could^ti' iraprevis*"t! 'the ,UJ! st-one on * ro"r0 v^2?Ulery w^s'lMver wirefltly Omen ed N did such a cortege manoeuvre on an tendant, wasieallj a^g ? j j ,espfctivc banners oieties in I arb. u. ^ ^ ^ and costumes, added ga_ y Miirit-stirrlng drum, with trumi ' ts and mus and ?* ? tjlB, the l'^t::^??r?d n^n^n^i revealed a crowd l?i?runcf an I ? With the emtnrC ?t \?> tlrt ""whh 1 tho ' moHt VxMuUful coital ^sSars^ ?"aittS liSSS^iSS^ -a, . &RS3S5SM9E "4''n iX'orw on leav ng the Straaburg railwav wUi r.;! onU the I 'tileries hy the Quay, aud stop th- re Mr short tSne'.n i.-..ei.e the members ot '!? ;?*?>$ . V u. . a*. tlmiloffiic rhcti'. a tburt halt *?U "u , dace1 in order to allow th" . ?v:.lrv L. f-rm the line 1 tar ..s -l. tloud. The palace at M ' 1"" ; *; 1 " lias been state*!, be or.upied b? ' y u';' " r* (lt \ in, Ail<ert . and tile Empcrot and Ktnp" - .. Hood oniw l<1mir ? < nlv dlTide<! from the i?tlac< hv th. id. < k In addition to thoN.tlonal ilunrd and tli t i- 'ta... lino, there ?,ll be 0 .M, e,?;,t, P" + ? ??;; I nr.! i laieiidon. l?rd uraiwMe and l-ud Uitt- lowne uovpany the Queen. , .lm thn 1 St h Ti.c -*i.iv.U in l'aii? t? h*^1 11,1 " . r? , There s to trf' no M>- "I any si ml on the 1 n ,t th. itrical i. ereaentation* are to be- gt< eu ? n' by the ... th- HteuUe K.'.n.:.^. an( th. ether by the ..ytnms. Mi'"' *,|l . jireK..t.?t .nr.f .no at the grand '.^"i. <?> t , I v hi -ii tlrf I'rir.. ot -aie .<> .u n ?< ( , ,? l*i ince AJi^it.l b.t-W"!""'"1 ,h'' "u,lf. ^r. - ,i - ?.i -4ri.i Uu' other ?t th<- "pera <iunl?iue. W1 , ? u,. . vju ..> a banquet at tin- il?t< < ic \ it.e an t . n u,, h< a IkiII i the 1 ull- ? ? te? n. ?".' is to m_ ? g ??mr fol.'ed by ? f"1' and a I have s,;d n-fo ?;. , m, urw by ?P" ?=?' authority, . xtenstvn ^ "take ,,Ju,e'?t Veis^ll. .. ITio g-..n 1 w,t ? |.|."S|. .1 I V at leaat an ?s|tially *. ',n L"?,', i .or a el. St ten.; ? ill 'I' saispM 1 ;.t,M by a Jft in ftto Mate A vie\. in the < liai-.p do Mars and a grand hunt tiiiu^U^u will win* i "|> i ? J fl litiml S?u* irhichlt In ^ I ^ "?v; ^ -^r.r v ?r.Nf ' an I,e -.1 to .v..nt M-nt.,. :'ml"j ? ;?? ^ h8h ih|hh Tr^Xe'iV .i i.' i sand l'i -rt ? Wk.lf atvVenna telaf:f|- to the opportoaeuee- ?? ? ^ n i > a.i in nrro tk>n in ! !???? H K.var- n i -.I "it V;: J: ^ latte. .'inovUetelv replied that U,ere t?H-t be W m ?K. n the :pat;e. a the Couat Ue I IBwnb j -rji had # ,;,n u. him in anv ?H, that the l)>ikc d-" I ' ?tl'1 ml) s(^s. ? ... pitii.-b aflal i as a matter ,o nl.i .. t? fifl.t u*t .e-t hut ? I" at he sa.d was merely .\ . , , .?er,ation i.d eouid not tie ... any ?r? y.c usids.en .? , in gotlation. A? t.. ile litter, he. the prta.-e wa* 0 ' ii rtain whetl ei he .uifht to |. eiv It .. I M il'l'e. a r> know what Us . ntents wo.? " i vvim renliid that h. really c.-uhl not ?ay; but 10. he ni.aii'vsi it must give l.t?iU ..1 the ?miail-n of -|?i?. ,, 1,1 .Senionstrate tn the t / r the great "tllitf i nine * direra.on in that <|ua.t?r. I'riae# Oj?:'t*h?ko(T , ,n Ibat he w?'?l to .?lve the latter, but ?t. ?* a n^Cer of eou.te-y. nothing more. A "vc^T ' .?t >!???? ?" '??? ??r{tT,> T 1 , ? t, ,1 Mrtii- *. re ?sr) ?| t to .|?*ivf tb-ni #l?" ' 7*, , t? " ?'<' K" D,/,h,nf ?' ** ' tlrg fire to a heap of straw, which would conn burn itnelf out. M. d'Kscars observed, thai an advanco of a fevr millions of franc* would noon prove whether a rising in -pain at the prcsont mqfnent, wan not the burning of stu ???thing more than a heap of ft raw. Prince Gortsehakort replied that Russia, being en IMged in a content with all Burope, had the greatest need tu htisba nd her resources. M. d'Kscar* admitted the justice of the remark, but insinuated that when Russia was spending her money by hundred of millions, the five, nr *1*, or seven which was required for the risiug of Spain, would make but Utile difference. 1'rlnco Gorta chakoff replie<l that he had not recelve< 1 any instructions on the (>oint, and concluded by repeating that he only took charge of the letter a* an act of courtesy. M. d'Kscars tiiidlng it unavailing to in..isl farther, t >ok his leave, and proceeded to Loudon to iuform General Cabrera of the result of the interview. The report then goes on to dwell on the impossibility of obtaining money and suggests the Idea of the Count de MnntcmoUn, the Count de Chambord, the Duke of Mo dena, the Duchess of Iterri, General Cabrera, and other legitimists subscribing, according to their means, in order to enable the first attempt at insurrection iu Spain to be made. The funds thus found were then to be de E united with some banker worthy of confidence, 111 'I'0 ope of afterwards raising a loan: but the names of the Fiench party were not to appear in the matter. Th" re port concludes by saying t hat it has been decided amongst the Count ilo Montemoliu's principal partisans; first, that he was not to leave Xat>les at that moment, no advan tage being likely to arise from that step; second, that a to m< nev, they could not do any thing at that moment; and third, that with respect to provoking a rising in Spain, all tl at was then to be effected whh to organise the plana and prepare the necessary 'carters, Cabrera him-elf agreeing to look to that part of the enterprise. The publication of matter of this kind at the preseut mommt, by a semi-official organ ofFrance, is worthy of observation. RKKT1K. Taiub, Aug. 9, 1855. PoliHteit Go/tip <rf the Pari* Sttfooni ? A General JTar U fore October ltreilicte<l ? tnt< Hiity of Pr>m)i Hostility to Austria ? All Italy Kipe for Rmdttiion ? AlUyd Over turn! 'if th '? h t-nch lugilimiMt to Rv*iia to Promote a ltiicilutinn in Sjxtin ? Tenia! nf Do Statement by So mr qt' the Partis ImjAuated ? Inrnidinry Balloon for Silas lopot ? Spain Al*oui to Join the Anglo- French Alliance, ami Send ii Military Contingent to tK I' '. 1 4c. There is an under current of excite, .t just now in political circles, which present* a i-trikiug contrast to the late stagnation. Whenever Austria is mentioned a marked repression is visible in the manner of those whose position renders them alow to speak. At n ministerial toirrt last night, one of the Princes (1 am compelled to speak vaguely, if 1 Hope to bo uscC>U) said, '? Marshal, it cannot last; the war is as surely running its course and discharging itself iuto the broa I w aters of opinion, as tho mountain torrent flows toward the sen.'1 ''Ota >' pei't, won Prin r," wa? the only reply. But. go where you will, rveiybodyV head * > ran turned to the fame point. "Well, but what doc . Madame la Marquise know," I said to a lady, who never to is a threa I of the political skein fall to the ground without giving it a \\\ ist rouud her jewelled finger, " that she speaks so authoritatively on this uew feature in our great war drama)" ''Iknow this," was her answer, ''that all Italy is ripe for a rise. 1 know tliay as late as the 25th of July, Marshal Iiadetsky wrote to the Austrian Minister that the Kinperor was already smoking, and would shortly, without the most cncrgellc pre cautions, be in a blaze. I have a letter in my pocket," she continued, ' from an officer high In rank in Radetaky's army, which frays wo expect a general war, far advanced as the autumn is, before October." ] give you such gossip for what. it is worth. I can only add that the source from which it comes cannot be im j>u< necl . Moie I am not at liberty to say. lolheurmy the ??: impression prevails. "At length, "aaid an olGccr of llio (.'uidos to me thin morning ? one of the Emperor's bo<ly guard ? ' we are to have a dash at Austria. The ha tred which, as Frenchmen, wo have to that power, it Is diflicult for you Saxon gentlemen to comprehend. We consider them our natural enemies, and It is again .t Austrian* chiefly that we desire most of all to carry tVo young eagles of France. War with Austria Is au appeal to our national chivalry, it is tlie ery of the Pole, the Hungarian, the Croat, the Italian. The discordant ele merits of that empire, existing only li y balancing the Ua trrdof one portion of Us subject" *gain<t the otlicr, will dissolve like a mist bel'oie the llush of the French unns, und the ray of national feeling which will everywhere beam upon our standard. "Will, hut," 1 remarked, "you do not mean that France i* about to declare war upon Austria." " I moan the*," said he, "that Austi ia cannot utiujd ?t ill . ?hu believe* her prejer valion depends upon her nipping in the bud the aspira tion*, topes, purposes, plots and association* which ire everywhere hissing, bubbling and ready to explode l?e ncath her. She believes that unless she herself lays the axe to tho root of the tree, and causes it to fall from 10 r, such a povlcntoua nIoiiii is brewing, such A hurri cane threatening. that it will lie torn up. and crush in its fall all who may stand near ? ilie believe*, therefore, that she must iuleiTeio, that now is the time, when Ku??i t occupies Ihe Attention of France? and the moment she doe* *0,'' sold lte. -'no matter what the stain of the present war, all France will rise en timns* to bid the Kmperor? no unwilling in-trumcn1 ? fall upon h?r. Recollect our af fairs with Russia have caused no extraordinary drain upon our troopp ? we have only to say (he word. Ibat Austria, by her blind oppression, compel* us to iush to tlie delruoe ot Italy? of that Italy which was ihe appendage ot the llrst Umpire ? and you will ?ee such A rally, such enthusiasm among tho peasantry, u> has not been witnessed since the days of Ihe First Napoleon, To this complexion have we been long coming. Oar Kniperor has foreseen it from the firs'.. Frery thing works together, as it were, spontaneou ly for bis ends, and he id only wailing for this consumma tioti for bliaself to take tbe tield. I tell you Auslrin will lie soon our open foe, Italy (he field of battle ' And" ? I added. tiding my friend suddenly pulling up in his enthusiastic rlan? 'K)ng ol Home once more be tho second title of the Kjupire." Mn foi. mon ami. ijih'kW." he laughingly retorted. The revelat Ions given in the Cuiuliiu'tonncL ol the ore i lures made by the legitimists in Spat'i to Prince Corts i tiakuff, an nceount of wlii.-h 1 gave yon in my last, ha la Ilea like a combustible among the parties implicated who have earh and all boon writing disclaimers to the join mil in ijtic- 1 ion. Tlie Puke de l.ovls?who?e name I uid not give in lull ? pro1e?1stb*t he has never ?eon Prlnco i lortschal off . M. F. Chariot endeavor*. also, to wash his haudr of it; and 1b# Omut d'l>cars has the lullowingi ? August 7, 1855. MoV?tLTH n: f.lDAiTTi n: ? It w? only en u\y arrival to-day in I'arK that I h" ir.l ol ii letter which you liad published on the subject of a conversation which I va? *aid to lutve hud with I'riaoo f.oi t?rhaUo!T at Vienna. It Is perfectly true, that on go ing fnmi Naples t? Viernm. whltlier 1 was callo 1 on litt?? to s eon m eieil with the int. resla ofMnie. d'l0sciu's, Count iN* .Monteinoliti old me the honor to charge me witli a lei ter to deliver to Ptirve CurtseliakuIT. That wn ? the only object ?.t my visit to the Priu?o. I he Count <le Cliarn liord ninl the Put.e tie Levi w.-to complctelr ftranger* to the iillair. and whatever nxy have been the purely n>i#-' otlicbil part whii h i look in ihe matter. I formally repel the Intentions wbicli have been attributed to ine, anil i energetlcic'lv protect against the insinuations expressed in the concluding part of your article ?< being a ? fir j fr. in 111} heart i.i- from tho truth. I hope, sir, thai v u will give tin- letter insertion, and beg), in toaccept, etc | d'EtfARS. \,m rue d hVcar- was originally Mil", do Ubjellisn, an Au-'li-in I'afhoi tia- Amba . ador from Au.-ti ia j to the f oirrt ? *f Vaples. The ( '(rtHiilijti/jitHf'I . however. I -li'k? roundly to its t*xt. an I .ayi, In inserting fh* v. i . rloe . r|\. laiuicr-. 'He confine ourselves In obierviur ; that tin .'MuiAeut lo which they refer, and or which ve y IV ? .-111 . xact t!.in?'ut| >n. is from l^ginuing to end i-i t! o ; luiiidwrititg ot Oneral llio, and was sidtced with bi.i ' otuer pa|.ers iti .lune. lba;i. ' (leneral Klio was (\nint | Vi nlrmidin's nmst inliurate adheront. An tie tidieiy Imllnon of iuinien-e *ixc, defined lo !?? ? mploted in ti e -iege of sebintopol. kg, ?ruecm| ,? Is et[er n onte l on at Vim cniiej A first . ? uerim n ?ia- .. lew day> age but tbe ball ?ui ulier aftir b' ing Hll"d in <ln murtyerd or the lor lr<-s eaighl the toners on rising, ami was torn ? I- n. <'i< Mondiii irtu Is-iug r. paired, it was I. IV .) at tl-rga* works I I ?r the Rarrlere du Irone. and di agg' d l.y -nty sohiiers fo the Polygon. Imt juM as It eaeho.l 1 1" spol it bill St. 'Ilie balloon IS sa,(i i,ave br-en in vf o>.s\)y Ihe b'le Ml. lireen the well U nu Kn;rli?b ? i nmit A f'i* * < '*l pr '*un I ' I .'8 rcMr-. fonofD^ tho ?'orn'T of l? ? I I II. .1.-1 do Ville . . : I y?aj I ,11 . i, ,. ?. , , ?? Id ye-terday for lfV| inn fr, )? jn(r m?re tlian MV) fr. 'h X|\ Ilie inetto which i- tbe hlghe-t price vet otuuinei ot siliiiler aales. 11 e Vadrtd journals of the ..d are inte e Uug. fir h-f vwt ?nys : ? We up that the rea 'er will surprised Ui bvito ib..' the iron" nn i nt In- taleu . ,ieci-lvc ? tep in th - gravf iitti' foui of lie last. j],,. iVtindl of Minis ers h.i' d. ? iih"l en an alliance orfrsive and defend ve with Iran.. I nglaud lei Turk-y. Ve 'c.d.j tins c uninirni en ilea was nindo by teh* iph to the re-|.eot;vo govern, 'lo uts. I l.c Ihtke ,|< la Victm-i.1 ami the Minister of I ... 11 i^P Aluirs h 11 Madrid at .in early hour ve-'erd-v '.|Oi nlug f' 1 the l -cuilai. to c- Mum i n wvtw U,p ;,ii?i-l.., , i'l ?l? ri ? ii i " iif- Maj- I v I ? . u h it one of the in of the all an e : u> thi ;e?|?1el? ot an army ra n.uOO in. n 1" tb i i'..' and the . uric, rent on the pu;1 of the U>, . i n I'D'., rs lo oi| pet the -jnni-h g vernm nt inn. t . ?U'l. ti the rnend' - who ntempt to overthrow it. .V lo-,, t. i h*' nlUftnce r- ...Mp. i, others of sub lei ies of men .: ? ill i>c .ubtnittrt to the fortes. Tin- y,<-" erntsui" nn aato.i n. ..m*nt preei-njy s uil lar boi It expies-, s ,h. .>iu|..n tUat the ministerial prrj. ?! win en ..inter g,....t .. .iio-ltinn i? the ti,rfes. Ihe ,V i'rr"/ .jy* thf.t tU IjafM rnr of the Frene'i l i s M Ob- ngi '.e -.*u.-h Ainhno.idor. fli.i' not ..Illy Will III .nose he tnU,h frontier* to la hei toeli. ally i lo ?l a*a nst any InVa-o n of the ?\n 1st- but a-ill aai the h'(.anl*b governrnettt as a, it ,nar ro. ?I'.fre In re establishing order in the l'eniij??la l.y what ever parti it may lie disturb.- -I. lie cholera had broken .>nt al Miiaga grid was Making TOastfl 100 il< fir s a day. Tlie Natinaal f.uaid is Ik Ing r. ot ?k.vrii at I la reel. .na. f'riv.l.. I#tter> state that ..ich Mil be Uae opMrttion In the f'ot !e? lo lla? pi oje. '.oil ?Ui aire. th..t a e n sis ritt is s itu i|nte.|, lb* onmljer of dfiraos from tlie I nlfed ."??,!!. ? arri) Ilrf oily in I arle it prodigtoua. I>.e '.otels are f ill, anl (' t in-.)i* witl. ^m"dr*n?, f> luet |ve?t -i ? to Mcnro windows Mid convenient pointa for observing the entrance of the grand-daughter of George 111. into I lie French capital. Many Amoricans have come in from all p&rta of the Continent for the express purpose. They upend uioney with a laviah hand; and in luxury ol' dress and style of disposition, nobly compete the pahn with the Parisians. 1 speak, of course, of the ladies, for the gentle men are chiefly conspicuous for wearing a greater degree of board than their neighbor*, and inaulguig in a laluez fairt mode of dress to which the Pariaian gentleman does not approach. The ladles, it is noodles* to Kay, are far more popular than their buabanda, brother", or fathers. BKRTIE. Our Vienna Cormponilenoe. VitatxA, August fl, 18fi6.

SMrxctiont Tbken Off" the Importation o /' Rattian Corn in to the Austrian Province of Galicia ? Importance of the Malture la Both Countriet ? The Blockade of the Black Sta about to be lYustrahxl by Yankee ItvjmuUy ? Tlx Old Story of the Lion and the Lamb ? Alliance , Offentiee and Defetuitv, ConcluJetl be/wen the Ciar and the Chine te. Em peror ? Military Strength of Rustia? Commercial News, dr. , <fc. The order was received at the Russian border Custom Houce at Mlchalaloncie, ontbo 25th inst., to the effect that corn was to be allowed to pass freely into the Aus trian province of Gallcla. In accordance with this privi lege, a large number of wagons, mostly laden with wheat, arrived on the boundary the next day, and numerous willing purchasers were fonnd. It is hoped and believed that the transit of groin will be permitted to take place at other points as well. Tbe advantage is necessarily great to Russia, ns a means is thereby afford ed her of getting rid of some of her su perabundance of corn, which she is no longer enabled to ship for exportation per the Baltic or Black Sen ports. To Austria the boon is great, as the province of Galicia has suffered much of late from the scarcity of provisions, which has boon brought about by the large number of troops which have been quartered there, an ! the jieople are suffering a degree of poverty, and the miseries de pendent upon it, such as can hardly bo believed. It is generally understood that a number of American ugents have lately arrived at Galatz, for the purpose of making an arrangement respecting the transfer of the products of Southern Russia by the Danube to Vienna, by which means it is hoped that a great part of tho damage which has been sustained by the blockade of 111 Black Pea ports will be compensated. Whnther the ef fect will be such as is believed by the sanguine, it is of course at present impossible to say ; but it is not proba ble that any means will be found to effect the convey ancc of goods without incurring an enormous? expense. Austria, no doubt, will exert herself to the utmost to turn the current of Russian commerce through her ( dominions, and will spare uo pains to accomplish tliftt which has to a certainty proved a tcmjHjrary gain, and may turn out in future to be a lasting profit. As far ns the war has at present gone, she seems to bo the ouly party who lias obtained any great advantage, for not only does it appear that she is likely to become to some ex tent the high road for Russian commerce, but it mu t not bo forgotten that she holds tho Principalities, which mnst be considered as a muterial guarantee to ensure her possession of a part of the spoil in case a division of 'lurkcy be over destined to take place. All parties must agreo that she has played hor cards exceedingly well. 1 he news wblch arrived a short time hi nee re (pelting the death of fechamyl has been contradicted this week an I again asterted, until one can hardly tell towards which side to lean, or n blch party deserves to bo believed. It is ?'passing strange" that a matter of fact of such a nature as this would be a subject of HO much doubt, yet \ few days after his epitaph bad been written in most of the journals of Europe, ho is declared to have again appeared upon the stage of life, within three miles ot tho city of! Titiis. and to have s ummoned that tm tress to surrender. Certain it is that Cen. MuravielT has despatched Get:. N} rod fr< in the camp near Kars for the purpose of inves rtguiing how things stand. Matters ,.<em in much the name state in both the Asiatic ami European scenes of war as at t lie date of my last letter. It is states! that communication has again been established between Kars and Ersteroum, but it is pro bable that the report requires confirmation. With the exception of this, no new fact of importance has readied us. From Vienna we have received confirmation of the news ic-pecting tbe ceding of the di-tricls contiguous to the tuouth of tho river Amour, It i^ said timt the Ota.' Iia? concluded nn alliance, offensive and defensive, with tbe )'"ui|oror of China, and that ibe Chinese expect that be will grant them assistance in expelling from tbeiv do minions the 'red bristly" barhaiians of the West. Whether their expectations will be realized or not, re mains yet to be isern; the Emperor of Ruttsla has, at all events, obtained a convenient | ige for his commerce into the Pacific. The noiober <d' troops actually -erving in the Russian army ha< long been a matter of inquiry, but great ditii cully l as been !ilt ill obtaining anything uke an ivtu rate anawcr. ,\n order for contracts, which has just been juit forth by the commissariat of St. Petersburg, muy l>e cofibhlored as giving ns n tolerable approximation, 'ilioe contracts arc to be sent in to supply every soldier in the l.'ussiau army with a rifle of a new description, the whole number of which is run ! 1 . Mo uvora million, ? nit of which t?80,0ol) are for soldiers id' the line, about "0,0(.0 tor the guatds, and the rest for the oirps of gien | iliers. Everything tends to show that the fuslouist pa rties are making every possible arrangement in order to l>e in readiness, should any opportunity offer itsolf for striking a successful blew in Krnnce. A large number of legit i mists and Orleanlsts have spent a great port of tho summer together at TttpUta, from which plan- OonntdeCham th'id arrived a lew days since at Vienna. lie was here visit**! I.y the Pitc do Montpen?ier, and a long consulta tii ii took pla-*. Ihe Ptic de Mont |soi- lei- has again left this city, and the Count He Chambord will shortly follow his example. 'Ihe jirfcc <1 coffee has fallen at Trieste during tbe pa?t w<-ek. Waoulactuies clieaper. Cotton has found n > great sale. Wheat k<pt its juice. Indian crn sold well. Wool much sought. Oil lively, Rice unchanged. Crush cd sugar somewhat higher, ?n account of a scantiue- of the supply, ldttle doing in the other articles, Our Madrid Corre?pom!riicr. Madrid, Aug. 3. 185.Y AdjoiiriiiH'nt o/ th* Curfr' ? O/n ra'i'ni ?>/ the HiU for Ihr ,Srt/< of t.'kurrh Property ? Thr Carli/t * ? Xapol'on III nnU Ihi S/tcnistt Goeernmml? Rhmot of a Sfmnith Cm Hnffcul bring a!?ntt to Ir Ktiinal ftr th' Crim'n ? frarfut h''trtitrf> of th- Chul'-rn ? Who!/ VillO'JCS fJewlatr I? Pin' JM-rts nj' a Jhmilf, tCr. 1 send you a leticv of I ml little political interest, seeing that there is nothing particular in that way to commu cnte this week. The Cortex sus|iciitled tlieir session', as I Isild you, ami the deputies went off to their province , whole the urgent cares of their famiHe*, und<r the [.re sent choleric circumstances, rlftlmeJ their attention. Tht Cabind follows its slow and toil.soine inarch H" if the heat of August had stupilicd its numbers. Th> emission of Ireaaury bill" for the loan is going on. ami also tin announcements ot the sale of the binds of the clergy, in s) ite of the efforts made to impede them by frightening the consciences of purchaser*. The law is executed, ai J priests, bishops an<l sacristauH m e lore" to lower their in*olent heads. Hit Tariou- little IiuH'N ot Garlics ?bi Ii from time to time make their iipp cnrance along the l^r-wes. or in other provinees, an exterminated instantly hy the a ivi n Igilanee of the troops or the national niiiltla The pos Mica) pai ty i? deperatp, eeing that neithi r its gold om its intrigues aie sufficient to kindle Uie civil war. Hie harrassed anil routed chieftains " eek their safety in flight, or .lie. shot to death in a square of s ildier*. Nn pole 'ii 111., having come to liisrritu, a little placet..! bathing near the Spanish front lei , it was decide I in Coi n cil ol Ministers, that '/alwla, the Minister of State, nhmi'.il Co to compliment him, < n the part of the government f>r hi.s co-opeiaiion in theexteiiulimtlon of thaCarlUl fc'Mtm. not peimlMlng them to penetrate into Fpaiu t>y tht French frontier. When Zabala arrived at Biarritz S'a poleon wn- not there, having left, in fact. Jmt as tli> Spauinh Minister whs about to arrive. Their are th" <? who see in this a ntaitf. I do not thu? consider it. luas. muoli a ? /ailuila i? also a relation of the Kiopress Kugeuia, and thoie i? no reason, apjarcutly, tor hdj disagreement with Us. All these day* our pres. i? occupied with the re;s it tthlrli i? going the rounds, to the eu-ct tiitvt th? 1 n 'It -h ami French governments b:nl ?-ke>i irom ours a body of \ .-punish troops to rami h to the frirnea. TUel'.i -t is p-o rtilly cienled, saying that no proportion of this kind Ui> up to tbia time, been presented to our government a t nil with one Tmico raise a thunder inu c! unor ap.iins' t ? idea, which might perhap- route to be a reality. )> lt?v. ir.g i' ? are! jutuly so ? a thing m-wt prejudicial i?. , iin, ?hi(h could in v< i g.iln any advuntage in the wnt oi tli. Ka?t. aiuie the honor ">f the triumph agi.njt Kus-i.i ouM always Whmg to Kngiaifl nud Fnin-e v'|K>in has i novgh t<i att< u't to la tier iutertor without 1. 1 br? all her lances w itln 'it L" n< . pi "'it . tr;in- n tin ? her s" Idlers to the tomb ot the Crimea, rius g "Tern ineiit anuld commit a marked piece of t'.ilf, if. in tb. tuatti i of this proposal, it should allow i'sel i to !?? lo I hy ill. no e w 1 ? n ver the e allies pleas ? from wh'?m Spiiii I n- i < ? ? if" ?i not .i lew sliglii. unit gri(-van? ' - e.-pe, ? 1^ i.- in thts hhsdy game nlj on who w. uld g.i.n \\y t irin l it would be the a'lit.-. l et lhi(ut go ah> ? t, ai, i oavth" <."d of Armies give th" victory to *!ioi.iJi' ,Jc?c- If our grimitient ...ould ac, 1< to n "l""uiti 1 efihi-kinO let it undei-ststod tha it In ugainU It tl.e opinion of the whole country 111. state of th' tin Idle heal'h in -pain go-s from Iwil t "wo All tlie jonrnal* of tl.e p-, .vines are full ..f rilseorsi late le v s. In eve ,? gar' i he terrible cholera Is Hkitig hi- walk, and exeiri-iiig hi- disa-trou- inline. i e, n every prirt there ate sienes t mourning an I the rr:gnlng ? slaiolty has lep-ipiilntf^] manj filln.e., which )av< -e<ntlnii inhabitants fall t.jr hin>ilre<la dally. In ? r." village ntur Madrtl. '!?? re riM.noed <'nly p.irt ol tw i ; tnllh ?, whrn the al al le r" another town came himself ,n ! t<s.k th" m .'.way, I hi -ir i.m- , , ixiafter auother, ha i ti. into tl?e ? il!i If", only t"' fall i ictiins. ileToting th' III i Ivis with lare heroitm to almost certaiu .lra?h. In aie thai ?lll ige, t'eliwly having ieir:tino"l alive, it e;. et n tire atid c<0-unif"l h. ashes, with all t In ? ? lin t - tels ' f the former inhabitan t To so sa.l a picture - to !>e ... d<sl it< -i > .;u,'n '< f? iiii'eiy atwi famin" l?egiu in f ii '? p: rts to how tin ir frightful h"'*d>; and the < rops ca ii n< t he gathered in ?< m< isirts for ?*nt <>f l it" rer- . Many Utile town* liaie uo r*r< orees o which to ill. he- an <? I)" ?* wl"' 'frMtt arv of tl?" demic or have fled dismayed. Nevertheless, in th# midst of so much misfortune, the authorities go promptly to the relief of tbe points attacks!, carrying aid of all kinds, animating nil the world, and showing a bold face to so much desolation. Charity ban taken possession of many person*, who go personally from placo to place, succoring with their property and their care the unhappy villages attacked. One rich man of Almeria. who has lout all bin family in the epidemic, has opened bin great granaries to the | oor. (jiving all the wheat anil other grains which they contained; he haw cent three thousand dollar* to Granada, and put fourteen thouHand dollars at the dlnjK) ??ition of the authorities. These act* of charity need no comment, but they contract strongly with the largesses of Isabella II., Queen of the Spain*, who gave Ave bun dled dollars to Granada, and some old linen to the hospital*. In Madrid the cholera exists, hut it is insignificant, in fact, fulling into consideration the number of the popu lation. CIP THE WAR IN EUROPE. SIEGE OF SEBA8T0P0L ? LATEST DES PATCHES. Jcit 28, 1855. General Simpson telegraphs : ? Since my despatch of the 24th I have nothing of importance to relate. We contiuue to strengthen and improve our advanced works, which are now so close to the enemy's defences that 1 regret to say our casualties arc necessarily con siderable. The enemy exhibit great activity in adding to and Improving their defences, and tho conveyance of military storos from the north to the south side is in creasing. Cholera has nearly ceased in the ranks of the army. Aoocar 2 ? Evening. Prince GortschakolT writes : ? Nothing of importance is going on. 'flic vigor of the (Russian) fire prevents the works of tli? besiegers from advancing, and their lira Is weaker. Acoi'sr 4, 1855. Gen. Simpson telegraphs that tho Russians made a night sortie on theJWoronzotf road, as far as the chanux ilefi Ue, but were repulsed without trouble. August 7?10 P. M. PeUssier telegraphs:? Nothing of interest to commu nicate. The enemy has not undertaken anything against our trenches. Some cases of cholera have re-appeared. TUBKI8H CAMP ABOVE SAMARA. Letters of date the 28th July, mention that the French camp on tlie Tchernaya, as well as the Turkish and Sar dinian contingents, had been kept for some days on the alert, 111 consequence of a report that the Russians were about to attack the Tchernaya line. The alarm, how ever, passed off. The Sardinians continue to occupy Tchorgoun, which they have strongly fortified; the Freuch and English cavalry, and, recently, a Turkish detach ment an- in the valley of Buidar. SEA OP AZOFP. A despatch is published as follows in the Paris papers: ? News has been received, via Vienna, from Taganrog, dated 25th ol July. Titganrog had been bombarded for some days by the allied ships. An Knglish steam-sloop had got on shore, and was burned by the Russians, but the crew escaped. The town ol Berdiansk, on tho Pea of Azoff, had !>een tipin hombaided. The damage done by the allies is con siderable. OPERATIONS IN THE BALTIC. There in every Indication of a coup tit main lo be at tempted .iguinat one or more of the Baltic fortresses. All tlx* ships of both fleets aro being collected nt Xurgen, tinil letters mention a general anticipation that Sweuborg ami Helsingfors will be immediately attacked. A rumor, afterwards contradicted, wan current that Revel had ac tually been bombarded with success. Despatches have been received from Cajit. Yelverton, relating on the 2Hth of July he took possession of the inland of ICotka, without resistance, and destroyed the fortifications and stores, the garrison having evalu ated. [From the I.ondon Chronicle, Aug. 8.1 ? ? * ? * ? ? Gronstadt, has, we believe, diecn considered impregna ble, and ouch successive reconnoissuiicc dim-led by the allied Admirals has confirmed them in their opinion that to attack its granite iorts with their present availa ble resources would tic an act of suicidal madness. The shallowness of the waters and the peculiar naturo of the ? tone tort" and earthworks of Cronatudt. render the pre sence of our line-?f-haUle ships utterly useless, other wise than in enforcing a strict blockade, whilst the apa thy of government in not having constructed the num ber of gun and mortar boats dcnwndedlhy circumstances, has allowed another year of respite to the inhabitants of St. Petersburg. It has been now so satisfactorily proved that the forts of Cronstadt can alone be assailed by vessels of light draught, niountoil with artillery of the heaviest calibre, that evon the impenetrable minds of our naval authorities must by this time t?e impressed with the necessity of applying all the energies and enterprise of our dockyards to tliy lit ting out of an invincible squadron of boats o! that na- , ture. 1 he summer of next year will doubtless witness the ari ivn! in the Baltic -ea of a flotilla of gunboats and floating battei ies. in the presence of which the garrison of Cronstadt will abandon their present sentiment oT .se curity. hut inasmuch as the naval operations of this sea on are concerned, it is highly improbable that anv serious attack will 1* directed on the key of St. Peters burg. The twin fortresses of Hwoaborg and Heldngfirs are, it would appear, menaced with approaching bom bardment. Swealiorg, which, according to general opinion, is scarcely hv-- formi table than Cronstadt it*eif, is a stiongly fortified position, and protects the harbor and town of Helsingfors, which are likewiso defende.i by gra nite foits and numerous earthworks, similar to those of Sebastopol. Helslngfors is tbe headiiuarti rs of (ieneral re Berg, who commands the army of Finland snd Tor its ci ns. nation the P.n-sian government is no ies- anx ious tltiin for that ol t-'eluistopol. According to the latest a d i ices from the Baltic fleet, an attack on fa. als rg was momentarily expected and the allied admirals wore adopting every piccnutlon that could insure sue 'ess to their enterprise. Tbe souadron under Bear- Admiral Raynes is destined I to remain before Cronstadt, snd to hold In check tbe Rus sian fleet assembled under the protecting cannon of the reunite forts. A considerable degree of discontent had been expre.-.-ed by tbe officers and men of the blockading squadron at being thus deprived of the opportunity of earning distinction sod promotion l?efore Sweaborg. It must, however, l>e taken into consideration by these gal ' hint sailors, that in enforcing the strict blockade of the Hu?nan fb-et they are contributing largely to the succn#* ol their comrades, and that it is not impossible tluil, en couraged by the absence or the main bodv of the Allied fleet, the tiiand Uuke Constantine may attempt a diver sion in favor of the menaced Russian positions. '1 l.e gun and mortar boats attached to the division be fore Constadt had concentrated on the 31st ult. at ,\ar gen where were anchored the Allied ve<sels wiiich were to take part in the approaching operations. These consisted of seventeen Kritish screw line-of-l** tie ships and steamers, with the necessary hospital ship and magazine store vessels, besides lifteen gun-boats and sixteen _ morlar vessels, whilst five screw line i'l unit If (thij'H nn*i NtcairiftM, and iivo mortar* J vessel", with one gun boat, represented th?^llag of oar gallant ally, the mortar Vessels and gun boats, besides h::Vieg received an additional armament of heavy calibre, bad been painted a irrav rolor, In the view of diwlvniug tiie exactitude of the enemy's aim. The plan meditate ! by Admiral Ihindas mis. as a matter of courae, complete ly Ignored (lithe fleet, but it is not to be pretni ed that a dii oct attack on the forts of >wcaboig or Helsingfnrs i contemplated. The mora recent in-pections of those places have convinced the allie-l cotmoauders of the f. asi bility of a | bm which will probably be carried into exe cull n. In the vicinity of iho harlior in question rise n < luster ol -n. a II is|e(a, which face the town arid forts of lit l lngfors. These i-lands. ton numerous to lie lorlifio | a is tt e ra?e In Cronstadt, have la-en left uudefended by the enemy, ami to attain a footing on one or several of will be a task of (,,,y execution to the Allies. The heavy guns and mortar, of the fleet will probably be landed on these position ,)ie town of lJelsinglors do atroycl, even it the forts which defend it arc not levelled to J,:e gronnd. Ue anticipate a glorious sticcee. in Fiti l.ind and ihe easy tri.jmph of Domaisimd will, we are ,hi'' before >w- abo,g and THE WHITE SKA. _ ,he movements ol the;|lie.| suuad on In the White -e* ate published. f>n the ath <d July aul.ngh-h steamer approached the village ot liamt-a in . nega distuct, and sent ashore four boats with a whl.e ,,,,! r,,j Mag, but ihe inhabitants ,ired ?p,(rl the t at ,n?. cause 1 ilieni to return to the tea-tier. which ' ' 'J , V ' I I" 7 ? * "'"'n 1 h? l'laro- Two l,.,, ts again a tleniptei t(. land but a ere again compiled to retire ?>ext "O'ling the '-lea mer put to ea. Mo-t ol the Enir le shell- till without bursting, and the peasants picket ?r IMS. lhevill:,;o. mue'l.lam.ged >n the ? -Hth June *n I ngli-h -teinier .-. Tied at the island of Ndoveta. and carried off some sheep, and on tlo ..Oili Iv o ,-t. aniei -cut ashoie ., boat :.? the Kouioil i-lunds toeatry off some reindeer. <ln the an r ngllslt .termer loaded a schooner belonging to a mo niisii-iy in the Uulf o| Onega with firewood and fumi tuie and took it away. ASIA. TUK flEOK Ol K'AR.4. 1 1 tti 1 lioiii I- ai s a e to July 14. The e is no truth in the report of t^hc ex| edition of .-'chamyl against Tatlis. I ^tw?n t Ko i(h aQil 14th, fro^uout <'iig,if(cmonts li?o!i I lace lietwi ' n the advance posts near Kara. On the loth 'h1' Russian* made a tr. ng reconnolsanee and an unsuc cessful attack again?t Kara l)agh, and on the 11th made an equally un?u<'e? -sful rocotmoisance upon Tchakma's. On tie lirth they proceeded iu the direction of Erreioum, leaving but an advancrit guard within lie* ol bars; but ?n the 13th again approarhed | the city with all tlolr forces divide! into three i columns, one of which f .rmed tho reserve. Attcr vainly endeavoring to draw lb" Ottoman troops out of their entrenchments, by keeping just beyond the range of their guns, the Hns-lans returned in the evening to their camp, flieiib r**ha had abandoned ht- -tore- to tbe lius-ians, between bats and 1 rxeroim. the allb' are dctio l -hing the fortifli'jitions t Anapa, contrary to the wish of the Cirea-dans Cen. Vivian has gone to -elect a '..-.ntln^ place for troops near Fatoi'm. ? '?mer Pacha l? appointed C innmnder in Im-f if tie Tnrfc|s|i artnj in A-ta Minor. THE RIGHTS OF NEUTRALS. RIVKIA* rlKCDLAB TO I Rfk.V DL Y POWgRH. the following is a . opy of the Hu -ian circular to friendlj p?iwer- on the above subject : T l'KivM>at ao. July 24, 1*M. fbe circular of the 2Sth of April (MaylOi informed 'he ia>|srial m ?inn? and ronsuUtea In what terms the htnrkade ot the Hit ? ia (*.rts in tli" <1 n If of I'lnland had J.fn n-tific^ at J'tit Bgltiy. It? ?e- '? ?.ajn the to ha,c Ml.n place U, the Tcrnment relatife to enemy'a propertyonW*?^!*i?". T^aels Ito FnglW, govemmeut thought^Ton the r ca-ion to ad.Ire.ii on the fith of June a clrcXr ? i?K<'nfn abroad. It doe. not confine itself to re.-iifrinir d? interpretation which we would have been ?h ? ?I$ 1 If there ha* been a misap^h^ion l ? it attached suppositions thereto little worthy of a irovern mcnt, especiaLy ln time of war. * g0VM11 The circular of the 6th ol June was published in tho public journals. We aliouM have pas-Jl it ?n U leuce, llko many other official and ?emi-official dfr'laia tion* directed against Kussia with intentions more or le-J h*?file, but the British agent* received inimietiM* t? communicate it officially to the government*) to whi<*!? they are accredited, and this makes?* ob^tor/u^n^ Wnouraelv* toward* friendly governments "ho ?t !'ort nll.w'?" w V7' with * B"? oftruoe, lws notiBeJ "a i forefrnvesaela-that into say, neu 01, ly in ba 1 Ustfor?wi tb m 1 re m'^.t l**rt th? PO't, bat Vd lV!rii? n\ With car^wj) not KiiHDian property. on the of thlt'taun* h'" ye6te,1* wbi ^ ""fflx- le**? part freely, without Shi?!? ^ a,lowed to <le" ihey might meet at aoa tif^ v bJ cruiser i he could not an.WMfe? <,e'Ure ' l.htt ' that the English Admh*l .iLIm g u1* 70ry ' inentn later "houW ?"*k? other arrange chIV-PSrU,!^n^U.?rtlmWll}L ,l'? ^lUh ***** pert/? i'ufo ?'Kuir prXi' ' andTtl ' fcttereWd^ T Cupt*ia WatNO? ?? ?luce ? their rcapective deatinati.r.s, whfcl, they have doni '? tion: that Russian property on board neutral veitsoffwill j?j. h?T?,r, CoSkj aa oSffi.'sBa-tai Webnve no reason to rrant leas confidence to the K"a;ts?.r:^a{ix o.,ii -5 P 1?" Tt 'a''*c> tn well aa by the local at t iVrr- .M<?reo>'er< *?' had no reason to be rurprised U I?0 ;Let:l"ra,lol> published by the iWo/i thing"? 10 "8ai ?f Mareh "f l8,,t '<*?< **y*> ?????& law' of nation*! * "*1"? ** ,\"e v'cs'els' "unie1 K ?,n?my'H merc|iandiae on boai'd^neutral *ri.i'v H 't he contraband of war. /he French declaration of the 29tli of Murch concerted with the Brit iuli government, la no le? e*pUeT U iKn L58je.8t7 tb? Emperor of the French consent* tor the present to relinquish a portion of the Heht" fc ? llie v easel* of his Majwtv will not seize enemy 'a^.-oJefiv on board a neutral vessel, unless, Ac. &" 1 ^ * 1 Leae disposition* adopted for the nre^eni were the, e cii JiS M5t"iarto1*' " *?"m sS ?an db^jssSgs ? comn^diS offlewfr^ ta* taM,lf as ,'Jlovr" lo L" PM m!r ^"j'^he neTt'raUeS wh^hhtd rece?v,i' ? bT ? ..7J*'/,'0.Tf,ri,or ?sked me to allow four fl?hini-?m;i.-u. ,,n 1 HKil ipa -nflrmr^e^^haTweTr6 ^ ??? ! gunu,iheun'h!''r f" ,i>e lue,tlcn P 't' toh^/X1,, ""1^ ?nit?r.:?r Xu hr 1 o-ca,;, n to issue, and as rte' r " ,^,, V ?night have sailed ?n Ihe^U, of hU ',Sr'-iV?','lZd-i23.''5,"r V ; '"?Sk 'T- "! "" ? **"" fiiculur of th.. Hriii , T 7 ,,0,rr|injfn(- uu'l. a? ih ? f'm'n "nicaled to them! theVw^bl m'a o!,ici",!; i i??d to do the snme with this present U"I,J' Austria it Politic*. TDK HECENT UOVK TOWARDS A WLHTEIIN ALLIANCE' fHINCE GOKTKI1AKOIK AND THE KMPLHOR ON MA, TIERS OK FACT [Pari* (Aug. 7) Correspondence oflxmdon lime-. J A change for the better haa taken pUc? in the id: lions between Au-tria on tlic "no hand wn>i hngland an I rnnce nn the other; ami at the present moment the a lie.! govcinnu jits aie, or profess to be, -atl-tied with tt Cabinet of Vienna. l do not pretend to answer for tl sincerity ol the declaiation< xeienlly made by that (', binet. uoi can I aflirm that these deola ration* are a cepted by the generality of the nublic as bona fide |,r> siotis of Austrian policy. All I moan to -ay ia. tin thi- government does not Imitate loe*pro-? it- ?atl*fa t inn in tli** pteseut position ofa'&iirs as reUten to An trio. I'ru-.-ia hat KuliV so completely in (?ubii-: muin.i tion and so little hope is there cfher doing anything ho' oiable 01 spiri*"d. that not a word need bo ' lid. Thavei ready contmdicted, on good authority, the statement pi forth in tcverul of the t.ormun jiapeis ud ui Prance considered themselves disengaged, in cot-e-juen ol the tergiversations of the Cabinet of Vienna, from tl obligations contiarted by the treaty of t he .d Cioember, < thai a i in i. Iiii had been lo-tii-d to that effi r by the I'ren Foreign oflice to Its diplomatic agent* abi'?*d The. was nivor any foundation for such a statement, but presume it must hove produced a pertain clfret, in., ttiuih us the AiiMiian Minister loi Por i?a Afi'a. thought it ii< y^.. me days ninoc to u'k the Pi en Mini-ter at Vienna wljtuer )ii.? irovcrnmeni 'till eon dered itsell a- hound by the treaty of the ?'d of preen l ei or the contrary. ihe iiuestion was m , ,,< by the tw?t positive declaration that Aus.'U rrgaid' hei'Mtif as liefng as much hound as ever by tb?t inatn Hu nt, that she w as still the ally of Prance .? no Ifl/ln n that she held and should hold the Danubian l'rin.'i|?i tie hut only as against llussU. and shunM rii-i-t ..i attemi t on the [ni t ot that Power tu in\..d. or r.rai' any art .1 hostility against the (Htmnan torr'ory in th ?jUi i ter. It i- 1 1 lie that in thi pro-out state of the w..- ??onlin< as its theatre by land was to the Criinm, ' wo. re sideratii ns of u paramount kind, not, how?ve ndalit to any regard for Itus-ia which prevented her t the pr.ti-nt from cMimenefng hostilities, hut tt> when the propei moment arrived -h< should n he-itate to join the allies, and to folfll t) obligations she had voluntarily C"?t >nted, at m??r.s faithfully to fuliil. A good deal more pa-?i d < the lame occasion, '"it 1 believe | have vivo ih< '? stace of the conversation. In a word, h?r nnhtuli" were considered satistacto-y to the Vr>nch ? -ve incut. ('< inmunicatiou immediately took place bet wc V'ii nnii all. I larK ar.d between thf ?o two capital- ai Icntlon. 'jhe I mli-h 6 'Vernment. on be ng made . ; ?t / int< o with those as-ni snces, given -ponton's .uslv I uui I'd to Ik liove, b? :lieta''ine of Vienn. "in I tally h< Hated to :.iw them credence. H.'-> f-?rod tli i v , ~ little more than the repetition ol 1". ]>., -t - same vaguene-s. the tair "I"" ing, or without the .n:en?l? n of fulfilling th? w. ?JI mill..- of, he Ingli.h t.Mnrt |su.K.t tb^ 1. d 1 ni.ivt,ni ,-lho |.a?t d. ).?'d to talr for Y'- n'ed n..?.U --l Austria ?n the name of nitric t* 1 so is mi ntioned a- -ltating largely th' in- "duliiy ot I lot d>hit' 'I hat thi' -li' t. Id bo the a* i' not a?ti n - i ir but if I am ilRbtln itifotmed, and my informati ,ln ived If! ni in eM ell. n' tbe-e n-.. ? g . way. and 1 N tieve at the moment I wrr.e ? tove ii, enl- are lather -ati-i.i than otherwlie? ?.iti tul th AnMtla di- Initos in a positive manner any ??vTtiia' with Pus i that 1 e i n vli r- hersoll i u ihe ally I i a oce and 1 ngland, and f.r- | ?i' d on mm' ?? <.? v oil! the P' Ii')' 1 f action, which, up to thv [ nt ?.,? they ha vi followed out alone. 'Ihe I mpetoi of the Preach, who bad n it dlBIc , t .d.evi that Ii".. -un* 'iij'onal b.otlie ??. ?'ii t? , otheiwi e than in tW ti t honorable ii.c-in . t w , ;he two gi vei nmi nts who sulnentier'ly \ ,ri(] ,, -i?u- tu el. a i go hi- mind, has again. I helie\o, r" . n"d In- o: ^.mi nl ii,i|ires?lon . i dhs- >er> rein Ii , i..' h, sli "i. ? tlon at ti e ie- mpliun of tlief. tni - Ir.f u> i' latii a? w ith Au?*ris. Whether the-e?r. di ;nef)'o again modified I r un"' say any more t| ;tri ! o,.n to for tin i. aeli al liulh, '?"? ?? i- eei hun th. ? . :.e l,.* rlh,tie at Vienna, which had sue.-eede ) i<i .< j n ? tent in influencing the mind of the young I , i' r, was lately so triumphant. h?? become Hithoi : h- last or -even ? ?ja eomjh-taly ourageil .m. indigr.n.r. It ii, hai pone thai tl.e < hattge ii wl, t , took (lice dining the In rt ah eve of |';iT ( i,. i hs k <>U at Huttgarrt. The Hiineo left M?nn\ the hi, best sjlfits. and confident of the liium <f hi- p< h< y. Me ie > lusl to h.s p. ' : ; Ih. t all was eimpletely ,,nd lnha-'vpre his diseppi in: im nt an t n>iigti?th>n in no\r.v n . ? terms Ihe Austrian- at -t. Pi temhmg weie 1st. ly the ol ji-. ts i f the no -t doli, ate ,.?? i n , i sgniti I presume to tientrd W'th the ?^ir.< .oi 'iiio ' after tfcr t'eaty ol Ihe Jd of l'< . embor llu- la'e <a rfatun ,A^?vria J-ai btrto "???riQi* ' ' * ' ,