The Augsburg Gazette publishes intelligence from Constanti- nople, dated the
19th December. According to these accounts, the Sultan of Trebizond had advanced from Cesarea to form a junction with the Grand Vizier at Ackshebir. This movement had compelled the invading army to retire from Konieh to the defiles of the Taurus in the direction of Karaman ; so that IBRAHIM Paella is at least four hundred miles distant from Constantinople. The army of the Vizier is said to amount to sixty .thousand men, and to be superior to that of the Egyptians. But this is the Turkish account.