A telegram from Madrid of the 4th inst. announces that
two regiments of cavalry, one of them stationed at Aranjuez, the Queen's summer residence, and another at Oeana, have revolted, and are being pursued from Madrid towards the mountains of Cuenca. This telegram reports Madrid as " tranquil," but another from Bayonne affirms that the soldiers in the capital have been confined to their barracks. It is announced that General Prim is at the bottom of the revolt, but that may be an invention of the Government. A movement of some kind in Spain has been expected for some weeks, and as Reuter studiously abstains from mentioning the object of the pronunciamento it was probably directed against the Court. The root of all trouble in Spain is
there. The nation longs for a decent Sovereign, and the only Sovereign possible is Isabella.