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■. j HT-TISCAT, April 6. FRENCH napfrs have.'irn«'eii in town to the 4f.i i..suni. I tie commotions in France,— o. \» l.it h accountswere given in our last, have extended ttrMouhns ami. other places. JMr. \t,.u<"+,"tire Prtsuieni of th-e Chamber of Deputies ,had < o-opcr.UtMi with the Dncbess ol Angouleme, h;L(i bttu actively employed 'in reviewing, the trudps, issuing vigorous proclamation*, an'd ol salciv. On ous occasion,; however, whell n v 1* win* two regimen 1 s 01 tile hue which rehised .t<» cjy,.Piti £ if Rui! she is said to have shed tears i^uaparle appear* particularly careful in hep- ing open the communication beiwten this country and Paris. ——:——- Brussels papers to the 3d inst. have reached t The acco"n-ts from VieottA, mid uther 'JilijlI !l,artc-rs <lref,\j¡ ot the prqnrilll,dü, ;tlr W;lf, stat- j-a J; that France was to he en ereii at three different points-—the m rib. east, and south. Bitt acèording; to private advices from lie Continent, no decision res-pectin^ cither war or nieaee had .been adopted i)y Aiii(IS Pts I lif. i;"r. w ',I Ii!s tile date of tii« last advices iTorn Vienna. From -Bost-ma. p3.p1 r*. u i received, the stats ot the American--finances. seems to be very bad. Mr. Dallas, 'in-a letter to the- Cnairman ot the Com- of Ways and Means, msj.-t'.ng on the uv be Ufi ivftd i'rotn a National B<nk, m .kes r appear, tb-tt great Joss has been sn-t..ined from r! ic inumot oi Treasury-notes issued which, being recei\ t'dt in the pav.io> n! 0: taxes, ,tbM>ri< the puhiic reven)jK hefore it reaches the Treasury. 'Xhe expen.i. i'rr «>{ -next- 'year, according 'lo Air, Dallas's co ii 'it it' >ii-; must. exceed the Ways and Means to an extent to thc.Anierican Government. :— D Letters have been obtained from Lima, dated the end of November, staurisi, that -the disturbances of- which «se -he lb re Ivard h id been introductory to very general, disaffection, and that the Patriot? ivere triumphant •" in se»*ral.spacious districts 01 Fern. British property.was considered to be per- fce: Iy secure a.t Valparaiso,-and throughout t-he whole range of the western coast ot the Spanish colonics. The YViflnian,South Whaler, which had tnken out the u ensiis. ior th* mints at Pasco had isetn conv.oved by a ship ol war, and hatl reached the port of herrde'StuiAtiu-n. The British had cora- of i,i Lliit ii-,ir, of ti i,e t>pa;ni:,h possesslIJIls. The order for recruiting the army to the war establishment. is dated April 1. -The bounty for the cavalry- Is from lour to eight guineas, and fronf the itdamry from six to ten. Recruits far the India service" are to receive, the same bounty. Fifty t-housand muskets were hstweek shipped at the Tower for foreign service; ten thousand were also sent oft"on Tuesday to-the samedestioit- t.i.on. Tiie Hon. H, Lindsay, one of the East India Directors, has been appointed' to- the valuable situation-of Marshal of the Admiralty, it) the room of Mr. R Thornton. Captain Hùpehas been presented with a medal by the Boaid of Admiralty for his gallant, conduct"; and all the Midshipmen of the Eudymiou have passed for Lieutenants.

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