The demolition of the Bastile is going on, and the milice [sic] Bourgeoise organizing and training.—The ancient police of the city is abolished by the authority of the people.—They believe still that 3000 people have fallen victims to the tumults of Paris.—We cannot find with certainty that any body has been killed but the three before mentioned, and those who fell in the assault or defence [sic] of the Bastile. How many of the garrison were killed no body pretends to have heard:—Of the assailants, accounts vary from 6 to 600–the most general belief is, that there fell about thirty. There have been many reports of instantaneous executions by the mob, on such of their body as they caught in the acts of theft or robbery: Some of these may perhaps be true:—there was a severity of honesty observed of which no example has been known: Bags of money offered on various occasions, through fear or guilt have been uniformly refused by the mobs.—The churches