22 JULY 1843, Page 8

The chief topic in the Paris papers of Thursday is

Ireland. The subscription set on foot there amounted to only about 610 francs, (about 241.,) a sum not sufficient to pay the expenses of M. Ledru Rollin's trip to Ireland.

The Constitutional states, that the accession of Admiral de Mackau to the Ministry of Marine might be looked on as certain, but that the nomination would not appear in the Moniteur until Monday next. The reason of this delay is said to be, that the Ministers will all meet the Chamber of Peers on Saturday, to close the session ; and Admiral de Mackau was unwilling to form one of the party, not having had any thing to do with the labours of the session.