9 NOVEMBER 1839, Page 9


The Queen Regent of Spain has prorogued the Cones, and a dissolution was expected to follow immediately. All the Ministers resigned, Wier refusing to take the responsibility of this step, except Narvaez, who countersigned the decree of prorogation. It is thought that the Queen has entered upon a very hazardous course.

Important intelligence has been received front Barcelona. On the night of the 26th of October, the Count D'Espagne was deposed from the command of the Carlist troops in Catalonia by the rebel Junta, who had determined to make their peace with the Queen. Several of the .Count D'Espagne's officers were sent to France, but the Count himself appears to have been detained.