are now occupied in singing “De Profundis” and “Requiems for the repose of the souls of the brave and “valiant citizens who have sealed with their blood the “liberty of the nation.” M. de MONTMORIN is this day (19th.) replaced in the department of Foreign Affairs, M. de St. PRIEST is named to the Home Department. (21st.) M. NECKAR had left Brussels for Franckfort before the Courier got there—We expect, however, to hear of him in a day or two. M. le Comte de la LUZERNE has resumed the department of the Marine this day.
  (23rd.) The spirit of tumult seemed to have subsided, when yesterday it was excited again by a particular incident: M. FOULLON, one of the obnoxious ministry, who, as well as his brethren had absconded, was taken in the country, and as is said by his own tenants, and brought to Paris. Great efforts were exerted by popular characters to save him: He was at length forced out of the hands of the garde [sic] Bourgeoise, hung immediately, his head cut off, and his body drawn through the principal streets of the city. The Intendant of Paris, M. de CHAUVIGNY, accused of having entered into the designs of the same ministry, has been taken at Compeigne, and a body of 200 men on horseback are gone for him.
  I just now learn that BERTIER DE CHAUVIGNY was brought to town in the night, and massacred immediately.”