14 AUGUST 1841, Page 10

The Paris papers of Thursday speak in gloomy terms of

the harvest. It rained all Wednesday and Wednesday night, and part of Thursday. It was said in Paris that the crop in Austria will be a bad one.

Among the naval movements in France, are the sailing of the cor- vette 'gnat; on the 10th, from Toulon for Cadiz ; and the Cerbere steamer, on the 9th, for Mahon.

The Municipal Council of Marseilles has rescinded its resolution to oppose the resurvey of taxes. It is not supposed, however, that the people will support them in their new policy.