We are informed that the feeling in South Germany, hitherto
so hostile to Prussia, has undergone a remarkable change. The Kaiser's invitation to Napoleon to intervene in a German quarrel is -considered a treachery, and in Bavaria, Baden, and Wurtemburg the middle class now declares that Prussia is the only honestly German Power. This feeling is also perceptible, we are told, in Vienna, where men by no means too Liberal declare that they have been taxed and oppressed for fifty years only to ask the grace of the Frenchman at last. " Adhesions" from the South are con- stantly reaching Berlin, and even the Viennese at last realize that they are to be turned out of Germany, and writhe under the pros- pect of Slavonic ascendancy.