6 NOVEMBER 1847, Page 9

The Florence Tatria of the 28th October mentions, that the

inhabitants of Fivizzano, hearing of the advance of two hundred Modenese soldiers from Galilean° to take possession of their town, rang the tocsin, and turned out en masse to repel them. The Modenese retired.

Austria seems less than ever disposed to evacuate Ferrara: an order has been issued from Vienna for rendering the barracks in Ferrara more habit- able, and for supplying further military stores.

The Diet of the United Kingdom of Croatia, Eselavonia, and Dalma- tia, has unanimously resolved that the language of those countries should henceforward be the official language, except as regards diplomatic and judicial relations with Hungary; in which Latin will continue to be used. This had occasioned great joy at Agrani.

All the accounts respecting the vintage received in Paris, up to Thursday, represented it as near its close, and the most abundant on record. In most of the provinces the produce was treble, in many sixfold, that of last year. The recurrence of fine weather has wonderfully improved the grapes; and the vintage will be at least of average quality. Precisely similar accounts have been received from the cider countries.

A month's magnificent weather was succeeded in Paris, on Tuesday, by a dense cold fog.

The Duchesse d'Aumale and her son, the Prince de Conde, left St. Cloud on Wednesday, to join the Duke in Algeria.

The Journal des Debats, in referenceto the recent news from Hag-kong, predicts that "China will be conquered by England, and after the con- quest it will be more easy to govern than India."