"A. Mednyanszky," Chief of the Staff of theHungarian,Legion, sends to
the Times an account of the raid into Hungary made by General Klapka, on the 1st of August., The narrative is not of much interest, the points being that Kiapka, with 1,700 followers, was when the armistice was signed in-Prussian Silesia, ready to invade Hungary ; that he -crossed the Carpathians to be ready, f3i any eventuality ; that the Hungarians, began to join the -national colours ; but that on the renewal of the armistice-the General was obliged to retreat or be surrounded by the- gathering Austrians. The feat was a daring one, and had. the war continued might have produced great results. No one knows which way the Hungarian regiments would have gone when their country rose behind them, and Prussia offered them guarantees.