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notwithstanding the dangers which that FRANCE AND SPAIN.--The insulting revolution presented for ber, carefully en. propositions (noticed in our last Number) deayoured to draw close the bonds which said to have been made by France to -unite the two Kings, and to maintain Spain, as the price of peace, have been de the relations which exist between the two cidedly contradicted, and the subsequent

nations. But the influence under which policy of the former Government proves the changes in the Spanish monarchy that they were faloricated. The war party were brought about, has become more in the French council of ministers has powerful in consequence of the very rebeen overcome by the advocates of peace,

sults of these changes, as it was easy to through the help of the King, who pre De foreseen. A constitution which King sided over their deliberations, and decided, Ferdinand, on resuming the crown, neiit seems, in favour of the smaller party. ther recognised nor accepted, was impoThe previous arguments of the Duke of sed on hiin by a military insurrection. Wellington, it is supposed, powerfully as.

The natural consequence of this transacsisted the minority on this occasion, in tion has been, that each dissatistied Spa· producing the King's decision. But though niard considers himself authorised to seek, the determination was against a war, it

hy some means, the establishment of an can scarcely be considered as decisively order of things more in harmony with in favour of peace. The contest took his opinions and principles. The em. place ai a cabinet council on Christmas. ployment of force has created the right day, when M. de Montmorency, minister of force. Hence the movements of the of foreign affairs, who was one of the re Guards at Madrid, and the appearance presentatives of France at Verona, and of armed corps in different parts of Spain. was created a Duke immediately on his

The provinces bordering on France have return from the Congress, as a reward been chiefly the theatre of the civil war. for his services at that place, prociuced a

Thus it has become necessary for France paper of instructions to the French Am to protect herself from this state of disbassador at Madrid, in conforunity with

order in the Peninsula. The events the decision of Russia, Austria, and Prus. which have occurred since the establish. sia, and his own views with regard to ment of an army of observation at the Spain, and which contained a list of the foot of the Pyrenees, have sufficiently changes required by the members of the justified the foresight of his Majesty's GoHoly Alliance in the constitution of Spain, vernment. Meanwhile, the Congress, and the conduct of its present rulers; and which, since last year, had been looked to spoke decisively of the immediate effect for deciding on the affairs of Italy, asof a refusal. The president of the coun. sembled at Verona. As an integral part cil, M. de Villele, the head of the paci. of this Congress, France was bound to fic party, produced a paper of a more explain herself with respect to the arma. moderate character; and after a full dis. ments to which she had been compelled cussion, the King preferred the latter, to have recourse, and to the manner in which was accordingly dispatched to which she might eventually employ them. Madrid on the 26th, and, for the public The precautions of France appeared just satisfaction, was inserted in the Moniteur: to her allies, and the continental powers as follows:

adopted the resolution of uniting with * The President of the Council of Mini- .her, to aid her (if there ever should be

sters, charged ad interim with the De. occasion) in maintaining her dignity and partment for Foreign Affairs, to the

tranquillity. France would be satisfied Count de la Garde, his Majesty's Mi. nister at Madrid.

and so honourable with respect to her ; “ Me le Comte. As your political si but Austria, Prussia, and Russia, judged tuation may be changed, in consequence it necessary to add to the particular act of the resolutions adopted at Verona, of alliance a manifestation of their senti. French candour requires, that you should ments. Diplomatic notes are for that be directed to make known the views of purpose addressed by these three powers the Government of his most Christian to their respective Ministers at Madrid,

Majesty to the Government of his Catho. who will communicate them to the Spalic Majesty. Since the revolution which nish Government, and in theit uiterior took place in Spain in April 1820, France, conduct follow the orders wbich they

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