LATEST NEWS BY TELEGRAPH LAST NIGHT. j The Supply of Water for; Paris to be cut off. i i All the Batteries Against the City to be opened Simultaneously. j Bismarck Denies saying he thought a French Republic Dangerous Danger-ous to Germany. An Immense Cannon for the Paris Defence. The Strasbnrg Besieging Force Moving ou Paris. FOREIGN. Loudon, Oct". The Prussian guard is north of Paris, between the Canal de Lourg and the Northern railway. On its right is itationed the fourth corps and on its left the twelfth corps. Twenty pioneers belonging to the Prussian guard have been assigned the task of diverting the waters of the Canal de Lourg into La Marne river. This stream turns into the Seine some miles below Paris. Should the Prussians Prus-sians succeed in their design, one source of the water supply of the besieged will be cut off. i,j . .' The Prussian guns are nearly all in position before Paris, and the bom-oardment bom-oardment will be commenced from all the batteries simultaneously. Arrangements Arrange-ments have been perfected so that the French fortresses of Belfont, Schlestadt and New Breisache are to be attacked at once. , Brussels, 7 There are symptoms of revolt among the prisoners confined at Beverloo. The Belgian rifles have been sent there as a temporary precautionary precau-tionary measure and prisoners will be distributed among the different .fortresses .for-tresses as soon as possible. London, 1. The Germans have occupied oc-cupied in force Pacy and Vernon, small towns in the department of' Eure. They were vigorously but ineffectually opposed by the nationals. A dispatch from Vendome, a town in the department of Loire et ('beer, Juted at 6 o'clock last evening, contains con-tains the following intelligence : The Prussians have been driven from Ioni viile, Loury and neighborhood, villages in the Eure et Loire. 'Ihe French captured twenty prisoners, including one of Prince Albert's couriers. Tlie road between this place, Vendome, and Loury is thronged with national guards. There is much enthusiasm in this section of France. London, '. M. Pietrie, formerly prefect of police at Paris, to-day publishes pub-lishes in the name of the Emperor a repudiation of the Wilhelmshohe man lfesto. Bismarck has found it necessary to make public the following statement: Versailles, Oct. 0th. I do not hold the opinion that the Republican institutions insti-tutions of France constitute danger for G-ermany, nor have I asserted in a letter of the 17th ult., puolished in the London Daily Telegraph, I ever expressed ex-pressed such a view to Mr. Mallet or to any other person. Bismarck. TourB, 7. Gen. La Motte Kuge, commander of the army of the Loire, has arrived here. -- .Great quantities of arm? and stores are coming in from all parts of France. . A circular issued from the war office yesterday, reguiates the formation of mili.ary courts, and fixes the number of deputies to be chosen to constitute the assembly, 753 instead of 750, and decrees that all enactments siice March 1S59 be repealed. St. Petersburg, 7. M. Thiers while here negotiating with the Kussian government, explained to the Italian ambassador, to this country, that his only motive for opposing Italian unity, was the fear that it would encourage German unity. London, 7. The only objection the Bavarian government has to the German Ger-man confederacy is, her reluctance to place her army under federal charge during times of peace. The Times this morning has au eloquent elo-quent editorial on the subject of Eng-lands Eng-lands neutralitv. London, 7. Prince Pierre Bonaparte Bona-parte has arrived in this city. The Paris Monitrvr exhorts the army to oppose increased vigilance and more vigorous resistance to the Prussian raids. London, Oct. 7. The Masonic fraternity fra-ternity of England have contributed seventy thousand pounds sterling for the relief of families of German sol diers. Antwerp, Oct. 7. Gratter De L'as-sagnac L'as-sagnac has gone to visit the Emperor at Wilhemshohc. The remains of I'aul C'assagnac have been interred at Cassel. A ersailles. fi, evening, t in Berlin, 7. The fourth Prussian cavalry arc scouring the country toward Loire. They drove 1 .500 mobiles out of Mont fert and La Maun.-. Nothing important import-ant transpired before Paris yesterday or to-day. London. Oct. 7. The XoiiviUx du .Ji'vr. a Belgian paper, has an ingenious ingeni-ous but doubtless an imaginary account of an aerial combat LetW':vn Felix Tauns-achon Nadin. the cc!etraird I'rtnch aeronajt. and a l'ru-v-ian aeronaut aero-naut : the former came (' victoriously. I Tho great gun for I'urt d' Ivry, on the smnb of Pari'. i r,r.-irl ready to be I pUeed in position. It mnje is s kil-1 omeires. and it ri4uiri thirty-five1 kilogramne ff powder for ea-h di--i charge. v5traburg. . Ti:. Berlin. 7. Gen. j A on erden, the Prussian commander, command-er, reports il,at the besiegers lost from the L'lst of .ervtembcx to the capitnla- j tion of the place. ';0 fciik.l and ).; ! wouiiJ.'d. I 'urine the i-mire j.sje. j the Germans lost yn". killed and wounded, wound-ed, including 113 c5cers. The be-sieginf be-sieginf foir i no-? moving towards Pris.