25 DECEMBER 1830, Page 5

. . . The riSing in Poland has yet met

with neither check nor interruption. General CLOPECXY has been declared, . or Ids declared himself, Dictator ; and perhaps if at any period absolute pOwer in one person is desirable or tolerable, it is at such a crisis of a nation's fate, when the coinbinatioa of all its energies is, required to resist external assault. Prince CONSTAN- TINE isaid still to be on the left bank of the Vistula, and to have retreated on Pultawi. The Paris letters of this morning contain no additional intelligence.