3 NOVEMBER 1866, Page 2

We have expressed elsewhere a-fear that the next revolution in

Europe will be one in Spain, and that it will involve the over- throw of the dynasty. We may add here that French journals received since that paper was in type look confidently to a decree revindicating all unsold Church property, a decree which, if issued, will convulse society. The programme of Father Claret, the real ruler of Spain, includes, it is said, a permanent dictatorship, the abrogation of the Cortes, and an increase of the army, he pro- bably dreaming that he may be destined to restore the Pope. It is believed that Marshal Narvaez is not thorough-going enough for the confessor, and that M. de Viluma, an Ultramontane diploma- tist, will be appointed Vizier.