10 NOVEMBER 1860, Page 1

There is some reason to believe that the Austrian constitution,

which to an Englishman seems to contain the elements of liberty, will not be received with any affection by the bulk of the Hun- garians. Of the foreign emigration, M. de Szemere is the only man who looks upon it as an Englishman would. It is, how- ever, too soon to arrive at any positive conclusion, and it is un- fortunate that some of those who are most prominent in opposition are men wedded to the idea of liberation, not by the restitution of ancient rights, but by the intervention of France.