Advices from Madrid, to the 18th instant, give bad accounts
of the Minis- terial progress. The vacillation had gone to such an extent that measures had been taken to prevent Eepartero's return to Spain. The Heraldo as- serts that " orders " had been sent to the frontier to prevent his entering the country; which appears to be an exaggeration, but it seems that he had been advised not to return.
The attempts made by the Moderados to seduce the troops in garrison in Navarre have become so bold and open that the Captain-General has found it necessary to make a formal report on the subject to the Govern- ment; but nothing has been done to punish the authors of these dangerous practices.