The insurrection in Spain appears to be finally at an
end. General Prim, finding that the army did not join him and the Progressistas did not rise, crossed the frontiers to Portugal, and will take refuge in Paris. The emeute has therefore ended with- out a battle, and Marshal O'Donnell is indefinitely stronger than before. The Spanish public, moreover, has a new excitement, the papers all crying loudly for war a routrance with Chili, which has insulted the mother country by the capture of the Covadoirga. The Chilians are called parricides. and the Government adjured to bombard Valparaiso, and take Santiago, and destroy the Chili= fleet, and do other dreadful things, without reference to the in- terests either of " shopkeeping England" or of the United States. Meanwhile, it is said the Spanish Admiral has great difficulty in provisioning his fleet.