The Foreign news of the week is again insignificant—consisting of
little else than rumours. The Foreign news of the week is again insignificant—consisting of little else than rumours.
It is reported that the entire French Cabinet have resigned, in con- sequence of Louis PHILIPPE'S refusal to recall Count SEBASTIANI from London ; that SOULT only has resigned, to be succeeded by TRIERS; that SEBASTIANI has been recalled, and that CUIZOT will be sent in his place to London. Another rumour, exciting much attention in Paris, is that of a strict alliance between England and Russia to settle the Eastern question ; whereat the French journalists are indignant.