18 AUGUST 1832, Page 13

Baron STOCKMAR, charged with a special mission from the King

of the Belgians, has had several interviews with Lord PALMERSTON, and not without a favourable result. Our Ambassador at the Hague has been instructed to mention to the Dutch Minister for Foreign Affairs, the leading objections made by King LEOPOLD to the proposed treaty, and to state that Lord PALMERSTON feels their justice. The points upon which Baron STOCKMAR particularly insists, are those respecting the navigation of the Scheldt, and the demand for toll on Belgian ves- sels in the Dutch canals. There is reason to believe, that what the Belgians call the basis of the treaty of the Conference (l'evacuation prealable d'Anvers) will not be insisted on.