20 DECEMBER 1828, Page 1

The expedition to Greece is calculated to have cost already

fifty millions of francs, a part of which the Government will have to cover by a loan. To lessen the expense, and pave the way for the recall of the army, Colonel Fabvier is sent out with power to organize such a body of native soldiers as may be necessary to enable the President to secure the liberated territory, and maintain order among his own turbulent citizens. For a time, the French are to advance a considerable sum every month, till the Colonel's mission is completed ; and then they leave the Greeks to their own resources. The fortress of Coron has been given up to the Greek soldiers.