20 SEPTEMBER 1834, Page 11



A telegraphic despatch from Bayonne, dated the 16th instant, was received in Paris on Thursday. It mentionstriefly that the Carlists had been repulsed, in an attack on Tolosa. This news is of some importance, as it gives a contradiction to the report- of the utter disso- lution of the insurgent army. Tolosa is a strong place, and it is not to be supposed that a band of fugitives would dare to attack it. The Ministerial journals in Paris are very much disconcerted at the adoption of the Petition of Rights by the Spanish Procuradores, and the prospect of the report of the Finance Committee being adopted by that body.