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l LATEST INTELLIGENCE. 1' RUSS)A? FOUTIFICATIONS IN FMTINN -A letter j from V ienna of the ht, in the Gazette de Colone | snvs :—The intention of Russia to construct new for- tificatioDs iu Finland is coufinned, and we are assurei that among the questions which are occasioning mut now an animated interchange of dispatches betwp | the courts of London and St. Petersburg, this il)ten. I tion occupies a prominent place. The cabinet of S. janies's considers, it is said, the project as contrar f* if not to the 0 text, at b-asl to thespirit of the trpaty of Paris, which f.rbids the re-esteblishrnent of the [ fortifications of Alaiid, and this opiuion hug hp made kno vn to the French government. The laiter o 0 dOlT er however, views the question iu a differeut light on ° I C ne more favourable to Russia, and Count de Morny ha replied to a communication from Prince Gortchakoff 0:1 the snbject, that France will not oppoge the CCn, structi011 of new fortresses in the Gulf of Bothnia j The Tillies' Paris correapondent saYB: A pri. vate letter from Berlin seys that Prussia, Russia, and France ore agreed on requiring the evacuation of tha j Principalities by the Austrams, and of the Black ses i by the English squadron. It has been rumoured for j eoine dayst back that the French fli-et was about to proceed to the BJack Sea. This, I believe, 13 not I eertain; tbe flret may, prrhaps. leave Toulon, but it is not probable it will go 110 fur. M. de Persiguy has arrived on a visit to the Emperor at G'nmpieyne. His presence coincides with rumours of a probable modification of tbt, ministry. THF EARTHQUAKE It 'rTH; BAST. According to the "Smyrna Impartial," the shock j of the eartbui::ike so generally feit at and to the egit. j wa;-("! of Maltu on the morni: of the 12th Oefobr-r, seems to hpve been more violent at Caijdia than ct aay other place upwards of 500 persons have been buried in the ruins, principally in the villages. In the island of Rhodes mountains havs fallen down into the plains beneath, eutire villages destroyed, aud not a house iu town has escaped damatre. The lost of life is said to amount to some one hundred BO i's. Ou the islauds of Halki, Cassos, and Scarpento, the damages were very considernblc, and the vidh:, amount to 150. Marmarizzo. 1)^1 iani, and nci:h. bourinp villages, have likewise aiifrered but at Aidi-I (where its duration was 50 seconds,") and at Myfelene, the damage was trifling, wbile at TIeyrout the shock waa very slight. Letters from Trebizonde do not make mention of it at all. I CENTRAL AMERICA. ¡ Telegraphic advices frm New Orleans of October 22nd furnish further particulars of the enErtiLrement between Walker and the allies. The accounts are as follows :-Walker, finding the enemy advancing 011 I Massaya, withdrew his small force, when the enemy 4,000 strong, occupied the p'ace. Walker then lefta j small force at Grenada, and advanced towards M.is?a- ya with 1,000 men, and meeting the enemy near the city, drove them back 'to Massaya, where a battle lasted till midnight. At daybreak a conrier ar-iived from Grenada, stating that 1,400 Guaternelaus natives were besieging the place. Walker inimcdi- atuly marched to the relief of Granada, and arriving on the 13th, and finding the city blockaded tr tl. whole force of the enemy, he charged and drove them from their posts, capturing their comnin:i- ders and all their field nieces. The total loss of j the enemy was 1,100; Walker's was 16 t 33 wounded.

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