17 MARCH 1832, Page 11

Paganini acknowledges to having cleared 22,000/. by his visit to

this country, and 6,0001. by his stay in Paris. The Paris Tribunal de Premidre Instance has given judgment in the actions brought by M. Pfaffenhoffen and M. Magon de in Balne against Charles the Tenth, and decreed that their respective demands should be paid out of the personal effects of the ex-King.

The German papers state that a band of robbers, consisting of 782 individuals, has been discovered in Prussia. This band is scattered over different parts of the country, and has already committed above 500 robberies. [They are slow fellows these Germans : 780 English thieves would have committed at least ten thefts a-piece before the "beaks" got at them.]