2 SEPTEMBER 1843, Page 1

It will be seen by our Foreign news, that Louts

PHILIPPE'S family have been threatened with wholesale destruction, and by means not very unlike that which destroyed the last of their family that perished—the running away of horses. A large party of them, including the King himself and the son of the Duke of ORLEANS, were taking the air in a capacious " char-au-banc," when the horses were frightened by a feu-de-joie prepared by some loyal villagers, and the whole coachful were nearly toppled into the water. The mischances which threaten the family are assuredly a marvel in history : even an idle village-salute almost assumes for them the deadly character of the assassin's infernal machine.