A second edition of the Morning Chronicle contains the news
which had been received in Paris yesterday, from Barcelona to the 1st instant, and from Madrid to the 3d. Some intercepted correspondence of Seoane gave information that the army was in a state of insubordination ; and 'he feared a pronunciamiento at Saragossa. One of Zurbano's squadrons -was employed in preventing desertions from the rest of his army. It is even said that at Tarrega, on the 27th June, Seoane, Zurbano, and
• other officers, held a council of war, and debated whether or not they should abandon the failing fortunes of Espartero.