One day later from Europe
arrival of the Arago.
New York Jan. 23.
, with London
papers to the 9th inst., has arrived.
Advices from Gaeta
, on the 5th, say that some of the shells thrown had penetrated the room over that occupied by the king.
His Ministers insisted on his removing to other quarters.
Hungarian, Polish and Garibaldian volunteers were arming at Pesa for the Danubian Principalities
proclaims a comprehensive amnesty for Hungary
--In the Bank of France a deficit of nearly 2,000,000 francs is anticipated.
The affairs of the Bank are discouraging.
The American panic has affected France
equally with England
The City of Washington
had sailed for New York with nearly $500,000 in specie.
, Jan. 5. --Placards are posted about the streets exhorting the Romans to a wait the arrival of the Sardinians.
The Neapolitan troops had been ordered home.
A depot of arms has been discovered in the Toro Appio