24 AUGUST 1833, Page 2

From the East, there is a rumour of a. treaty

having been. concluded between Russia and Turkey, by which the safety and integrity of the latter are guaranteed by her powerful neighbour for a certain number of years. The guarantee extends to protec- tion from internal rebellion as well as foreign aggression. But as the treaty is not avowed or published, it is plain that the terms of it can be known very imperfectly. Of one point, however, no doubt is entertained—namely, that the treaty partakes of the same character as those which preceded the utter prostration of Poland.