25 JULY 1840, Page 2

A despatch from Marshal VALaE, describing the whole of his

proceedings against the Arabs during the preFent campaign, is the only subject worthy of notice in the French papers. The Marshal seems perfectly satisfied with what he has done, and boasts that no Arabs are now seen near his camp ; omitting at the same time to state that the cause of their absence is not the dread of his valour, but that they go to secure the harvest. The Spa nk:i refugees in France are invited by the French G'overnment to join the army in Algeria ; and rank is offered to Spanish officers according to the number of men they can persuade to inlist. The number of Spaniards who have already taken relnge in France is estimated at 80,000.