rhe lastces from England represent that tremendouB excitement ex6tB all over the country again6t the ministry, for refusing to modify or abolieh the corn lawa. Large meetings were held in all the large towns, and petitions got up to the Queen to dismiss her ministers. Thecuetom of burning in effigy had been revived in many places, In the Corn market there was no mprove ment, and every thing was stagnant. The stock on hand was great, and prices had a downward tendency. The cotton market was in a depressed and declining condition. S!&ln our article on tho right of search, sublished last week, we should have mentioned that Prance has recently refused to ratify the agreement assented to by the olhpowers of Europe on thia subject.