16 MARCH 1833, Page 2

OTHO, the first King of Greece, has arrived at Napoli,

and is- sued a proclamation to his new subjects • in which he declares his determination to maintain their civil and religious liberties, and to administer justice impartially. He exhorts them, by the recol- lection of the deeds of their ancestors, to abandon their animosi- ties, and promote the internal welfare of the kingdom. It is a very florid and rather puerile production, and might have been written by the King himself.