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jj LONDON. ¡,. TauxsoAY, August 9. f" IS BON and Madrid papers were received •j I this morning; the former to the 21st, the t> M—jt lal ter to the 26 th ult. In the sitting of the II,' Lisbon Cones, on the 19th, a letter was read from f* the Minister of the Interior, stating, that the i'. King had resolved to remove the diplomatic agents $whom the Cortes had judged it necessary to be deprived of their functions." It added, however, deration the services which the Marquis de Mari- alva, the Conde de Oriola, and Antonio de Suldan- hada had rendered in the Embassies of Paris and Vienna, who had been led by the uncertainty of the circumstances in which they were placed, to the conduct which induced the wise and important resolution taken by the Cortes." Several Deputies iI that his Majesty could not but take into consi- deration the services which the Marquis de Mari- alva, the Conde de Oriola, and Antonio de Suldan- hada had rendered in the Embassies of Paris and Vienna, who had been led by the uncertainty of the circumstances in which they were placed, to the conduct which induced the wise and important resolution taken by the Cortes." Several Deputies considered that the view taken of their conduct-by die King, was calculated to influence the Cortes an I the public, and might operate upon persons, who would have to judge the Ambassadors when brought to trial. The letter was therefore referred to a special diplomatic committee. The Madrid papers announce that the King is in good health. The Consulate of Cadiz has ad- dressed a representation to the Captain-General, complaining that the Insurgent privateers advance within sight of the ramparts of that port, and soli- citing that more ships of war might be appointed to cruize in that quarter; otherwise all commerce would be destroyed. In two letters, addressed to eminent mercantile houses in the city, dated Odessa, 13th July, the writers enter into lengthened details respecting the present situation ot Russia and Turkey, and both come to the conclusion, that it a war should take place, it will not be immediate, neither power being prepared for hostilities. It is stated in these important communications, that the Greeks-have met with several decisive defeats in Moldavia and WaMachia, and that in several instances they have been pursued to the frontiers of Russia. Ihe following is an extract from one of these letters There ure 40,000 Turks on the other side of the Pruth, and 30,000 Russians on this the former profess peace, the latter give no cause for hostili- ties. The Emperor Alexander, it is understood, is earnest for peace, and that it will continue is the general opinion here." The other letter we have alluded to is rather of a more, warlike nature; and states the Russian forcc on the frontiers at nearly 200,000 men; that General Wittgenstein had ar- rived at Odessa that corn had risen considerably, on account of the ready sale at Constantinople; and that no hostilities were expected before the spring. New York papers to the 14th ult. arrived this morning. It is with pleasure that we learn from them the general good disposition, both of the people and Government, to enforce the abolition of the detestable Slave Trade. The Committee appointed by the American Legislature to consider of the best means, in concert with other Govern- ments, to prevent thai execrable traffic, have actu- ally recommended a resolution which glances di- rectly at some understanding in respect to a mutual right of search. If carried, it will be a more con- elusive blow to the iniquitous dealers in human blood and misery, than any which have yet befallen an I the public, and might operate upon persons, who would have to judge the Ambassadors when brought to trial. The letter was therefore referred to a special diplomatic committee. The Madrid papers announce that the King is in good health. The Consulate of Cadiz has ad- dressed a representation to the Captain-General, complaining that the Insurgent privateers advance within sight of the ramparts of that port, and soli- citing that more ships of war might be appointed to cruize in that quarter; otherwise all commerce would be destroyed. In two letters, addressed to eminent mercantile S houses in the city, dated Odessa, 13111 July, the writers enter into lengthened details respecting the present situation ot Russia and Turkey, and both come to the conclusion, that it a war should M take place, it will not be immediate, neither power S being prepared for hostilities. It is stated in these important communications, that the Greeks-have ma met with several decisive defeats in Moldavia and Hj WaMachia, and that in several instances they have M't been pursued to the frontiers of Russia. The <M following is an extract from one of these letters St "There are 40,000 Turks on the other side of the Pruth, and 30,000 Russians on this the former profess peace, the latter give no cause for hostili- ties. The Emperor Alexander, it is understood, is earnest for peace, and that it will continue is the general opinion here." The other letter we have alluded to is rather of a more, warlike nature; and M states the Russian force on the frontiers at nearly 200,000 men; that General Wittgenstein had ar- rived at Odessa that corn had risen considerably, on account of the ready sale at Constantinople; and that no hostilities were expected before the spring. M New York papers to the 14th ult. arrived this morning. It is with pleasure that we learn from them the general good disposition, both of the people and Government, to enforce the abolition of the deleslable Slave Trade. The Committee appointed by the American Legislature to consider of the best means, in concert with other Govern- ments, to prcvent that execrable traffic, have actu- !M ally recommended a resolution which glances di- rcctlv at some understanding in respect to a mutual right of search. If carried, it will be a more con- jN elusive blow to the iniquitous dealers in human M blood and misery, than any which have yet befallen them. France remains obdurate, dreaming pos- sibly of the recovery ot St, Domingo. It is remarkable that the Queen Caroline, the M consort of King George II. died of the same severe indisposition which has terminated the life of M Queen Caroline, the consort of King George IV. M Some of our most popular Poets are said to be employed in- forming I!ymns and Psalms for the tt Established Church the Psalms of the day to co- t!t incide with the Lesson which it follows. The M assistance of Sir VV. Scott, Messrs. Crabbe, Southey, Milman, Heuer, Wrangham, and others, is re- tt quested. The Lancasterian 6ystem makes rapid progress in France; in the department of the Moselle there are, ot an age to go to school, 27.507 boys, and 24,593 girls; of these 23,916 boys, and 21,010 girls, litteud tht: schools.

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- LOSS OF THE EARL MOIRA PACKET.

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