12 NOVEMBER 1831, Page 1

There has been no definitive answer yet obtained from the

King of Holland in reference to the articles of peace offered to his ac- ceptance. The Journal des INbats has given a statement, the sum of which is, that the King will not answer at all ; but its correctness is justly questioned. There seems no sound reason why his Majesty should hesitate so long to do what he must do at length. Perhaps he has none, and merely trusts to the chapter of accidents to throw one in his way. Perhaps he speculates on changes in England. The Anti-Reform journals here have spoken so long and so loudly of a dissolution of the Ministry, that a foreign monarch may be excused for believing them, especially when his wishes as well as his interest are on their side.