The King of the French and the Dukes of Orleans
and Nemours left Lille for Paris on Wednesday at two o'clock. The Queen, Ma- dame Adelaide, and the Princesses, remain there until to-morrow.
It was expected that the King and Queen of the Belgians would return to Brussels on Friday evening. It is stated in Galignani's Messenger, that the French Government las it in contemplation to effect a reduction of 100,000 men in the in- fantry, and 26,000 in the cavalry. According to the Leipsic Gazette of the 10th instant, Charles the :Tenth is siring from severe attacks of the gout. M. Pozzo di Borgo is expected to take his departure from this coun- try in the course of a month.—Herald.