10 NOVEMBER 1832, Page 2

Some arrests took place lately at Carlsruhe, which have ex-

cited considerable sensation in Berlin. Their causes and cir- cumstances are touched upon by the German journals with com- mendable obscurity.

"It is merely said that a young man, a native of Cologne, had become an object of suspicion to the police of Carlsruhe, where he was residing. Being arrested, there were found among his papers' proofs of an extensive conspiracy, in which many inhabitants of Cologne and different parts of Rhenish Prussia were implicated. These papers contained lists of persons in office favourable to the Liberal cause, who might be depended on if the contemplated insurrec- tion took place. Several of the persons accused, have, it is said, escaped to France."