19 NOVEMBER 1831, Page 1

Recent accounts from Warsaw state, that there will be a

gene- ral amnesty passed by the Emperor, both in respect to the nation and to individuals. His interest counsels forbearance towards the latter, but the interest of tyrants is seldom their guiding principle. With respect to the nation, the St. Petersburg letters, with more appearance of probability, say, that it will in future retain nothing but the name ; and that the show of independence which it was allowed to possess, up to the late insurrection, will be wholly taken away, by the removal of all the departments of the state to the Russian capital. The Prussian corps on the Polish frontier have, it appears, been placed on the peace establishment ; which will probably lead to a yet further military reduction among the other Powers of the Continent.