17 MARCH 1832, Page 12



The only arrival to-day, of the least interest, is that of a German mail, bringing a rescript of the King of Bavaria for the suppression of all political associations in his dominions.

The military spirit of the Chamber of Deputies seems by no means great, notwithstanding the morbid desire of which the Duke of WEL- LINGTON speaks. On Wednesday, they cut off 6,0001. from the allow- ances of the Marshals, about one fourth of the whole ; although Sot-LT talked big of his determination to keep both his own and his compa- nions' pensions intact, and although M. PERIER spoke of the increasing prosperity of the country as rendering such a reduction unnecessary.