7 FEBRUARY 1852, Page 11

The accounts from Paris this morning do not give any

later account of the Queen of Spain than to the 3d instant, the day after the attack on her person ; but they are more express on the point of her safety. We now learn that the assassin was a priest, and that she was stabbed by him in the shoulder with a poniard, as she was proceeding to the Church of Atoeha, surrounded by her court, on the first state appearance in public since her confinement. Speculation was at a loss as to the motive of the intended murder.