7 MAY 1831, Page 8

The dispute between Portugal and France draws to an issue.

Admiral DE Rion proceeds to the Tagus, to demand the delivery of the two French prisoners BONHOMME and the other, the resti- tution of their goods, and prompt compensation for their losses. If the demands of the French Government be not immediately com- plied with, or if the English do not interfere, instant reprisals will be the consequence. We suppose the little King must give in, though it be with a bad grace.