Disturbances among the troops are reported from Athcns. A body
of troops there stationed, instigated, apparently, by the l Republican party, broke out on the 4th of July, and attacked the Bank of Athens. They were repulsed, but not till some fifty or sixty persons had been killed, and the English, French, and Russian ships in the harbour had landed their marines. A British squadron was sent for from Malta, a new Ministry was appointed, and the soldiers were at last persuaded to quit the town. The new Bing will not arrive till September, and when he does will be forced to rely upon men of whom he knows nothing. Greece wants a strong hand, and the Assembly does not seem to produce one.