18 AUGUST 1832, Page 13


By a letter received from a gentleman who accompanied Lord DURHAM to St. Petersburg, we learn that the Emperor professes great anxiety to meet the views of the British Government on the subject of Poland. The writer adds, that, from the best information which he can obtain (it is but little, the tyranny being such that men are afraid to speak freely even in private), all that has been said of the cruel treat,. - ment of the Poles is perfectly true.