10 MARCH 1838, Page 2

The Continental intelligence, this week, is so insignificant as scarcely

to require a line of notice. It consists almost entirely of contradictory reports of what the French Chambers may or may not do respecting the vote of secret service money, and the reduc- tion of interest on the Five per Cent. Stock. Some arrests of per- sons, said to be implicated in a treasonable conspiracy, were made in Paris on Sunday last ; but the general belief was, that a sham plot had been got up, to give a colour to the demand of secret service money from the Chambers. No decisive movements have occurred in Spain. The warlike rumours are favourable to the Queen's party.