2 JANUARY 1841, Page 11

Letters from Athens, of the 9th December, state that the

discomfiture of Mehemet Alli had disappointed the Government of Greece ; which, expecting that the Pasha would have opposed a greater resistance, in- tended to avail itself of the embarrasments of the Ottoman empire to add a portion of Thessaly to the Hellenic kingdom. Much discontent prevailed, particularly among the Hydriots and Spezziots, who threat- ened to quit their islands and place themselves under the Turkish rule.