14 FEBRUARY 1835, Page 2

A civil war appears to be raging in Persia. The

son of Arum IfILICA, the eldest son of the late King, has been recognized by England and Russia ; but one of the brothers of his deceased ther has usurped regal power at Teheran, and the assistance of England is required to put down the revolt. A bill of exchange for 30,0001. has been drawn on the British Government by the Persian Treasurer,who petitions for an advance of the money by way of subsidy. We presume the Duke will think seriously before he accepts the draft. Them seems to be some apprehension that the troubles in Persia will give Russia an excuse for interference in its affairs.