7 MARCH 1835, Page 2

The tone of the American House of Representatives is rather

hostile towards France. Mr. JOHN QuiNCY ADAMS has somewhat unexpectedly taken part with President JACKSON; and declared hat "there was no longer any reasonable ground to expect that France would tender the American claimants justice, and that the time had come when the House owed it to the nation and the world to support the proposition made by the President for the mainte- nance of the national honour:* The President, on the application of the House of Representatives, furnished some additional docu- ments, explanatory of the steps taken to obtain payment of the in- demnity. They consisted of letters from Mr. LIVINGSTONE, the American Ambassador at Paris, who appeared to entertain but faint hopes of obtaining the money.