28 SEPTEMBER 1833, Page 1

The Austrian Government is, or pretends to be, alarmed at

the state of public feeling, in Italy ; and is reinforcing its army of occupation to a considerable extent. Numerous arrests have taken place at Pisa, Genoa, Leghorn, Florence, and Sienna. The Duke of MODENA, who is called the Emperor's Chief of Police, has been particularly active in causing arrests to be made in his little territory ; while the Duke of LuecA, with a sudden freak of liberality, has granted pardon to all under sentence for political oflences. It seems to be generally understood in Italy, that Austria is about to take some severe and decisive measures to con- solidate her power over that country. She will no doubt be closely watched, and perhaps effectually resisted, by France, who would. fight the Austrians on vantage-ground in Italy.