24 AUGUST 1833, Page 2

There is scarcely a word of news from Paris. The

result of the Portuguese contest occupies public attention almost entirely during the recess of the Chambers. The Government have di- rected their envoy at Oporto,. M. DE LEUSE, to proceed to Lisbon lb act as Charge d'Affaires until the Government assumes a :tattled form. The Dutchess of BRAGANZA. and Donna MARIA, *Ito have been residing at Paris, have left that city, in order to embark for Lisbon. It is said that a French frigate will convey them.