14 NOVEMBER 1958, Page 25

Tht gopettator

NOVEMBER 16, 1833

THE accounts from Spain, received during the week, render it not improbable that a pretence will be afforded to the French Government for an armed interference in the affairs of that country. The forces of the Queen Regent have been insufficient to make head against the rebels in the disturbed provinces. Nothing certainly is known of the movements of General SAARSFIELD; who, it was expected, would have done something decisive towards quelling the insurrection : it is rumoured that he has left Burgos and is on his way to Vittoria. CASTANOS and EL PASTOR, at the head of a small body of troops, said not to exceed five hundred men, have retreated before a numerous division of insurgents to St. Sebastian.