Londo.n, Aug. 28. - Morocco is in a state of disorder approaching anarohy. The sultan, who has been pursuing a campaign oL revenge and slaughter, against the ers of bis brother, went too far in hia rage, aud after horrible sce nes of butchery and rapine has falled into a trap prepared for him by the rebels. It is said he is completely surrounded by hisenemies, and it is doubtful whether he will escape alive. The Christians ar.e in a state of terror. An outbreak of Mussulman fanaticism is expected at any moment. Appeals have been sent out for protection. France and Spain wül dispatch men-of-war to Tangiers. .