LATEST .NEWS BY TELEGRAPH LAST NIGHT THE RUSSIAN IMBROGLIO. Turkey Calls for the Enforcement Enforce-ment of the Treaty cf Paris. Russia and Prussia will Co-operate in case of War. Austrian Troops for the Turkish Frontier. A General European War Deemed Inevitable! The TreatyVioIation Complained Com-plained of by Russia. GENERAL IYEV!S. Boiling the Republican Ticket in Alabama. New Mexico Asking a State Government. GO,000 Feuians said to be Ready to 1 made Canada. Mutiny and Military not at Quebec. FOREIGN. Loudon, 17. Lord Napier of Mag-dala Mag-dala is to be appointed commander-in-chief of the British army. Turkey protests strongly against the action of Russia, and calls upon all the great powers, who were parties to the treaty of '56, to enforce its provisions. There are rumors afloat of a secret understanding bctweeu Piussia and the Khedive, looking to the independence of Egypt. The Tribune's cable says Granville's circular is approved in very opposite quarters. Its firmness of tone has occasioned oc-casioned astonishment, especially among the Tories, whose orgau this morning is silent. Leading liberals are scarcely Icsh surprised. Yesterday they expected ex-pected a policy of acquieseense, and were prepared to defend it: to-day there is no such indication Granville has gone beyond a point where public opinion will support him. Some diplomatists say they can see no way out of it but war; but it is equally difficult to see how this cabinet can go to war, or take steps leading to war, without being first reconstructed. Xor is it yet the opinion of the foreign office that Kussia is to bring on, or that England will be bound to accept, the conflict. They say the situation is undoubtedly grave, but before an opinion can be formed the answer of Gortschakoff must be known, which cannot be for several days, probably it will not be for a fortnight. Granville's Gran-ville's dispatch was delivered by the Queen's messenger to fir Andrew Buchanan, Bu-chanan, at St. Petersburg, on Tuesday, Tues-day, and by him to Gortschakoff on Wednesday. It is not expected he will reply instantly, nor is it believed he will send an answer like that he has received. It is also affirmed affirm-ed that an understanding exists between Gortschakoff and Bismarck, yet a kuowledge of Prussia's exact position po-sition may not be obtained immediately. immediate-ly. Bismarck was advised of Russell's mission, and it has since been announced an-nounced that he would be obliged to leave headquarters for a short time on account of his health, nnd to meet the Countess. Both at St. Petersburg and Versailles, therefore, it is probable delay may occur. Anxiety is expressed ex-pressed to know whether the American Government was privy to this step, of which its legations at London and St. Petersburg arc reDOrtcd to have been utterly unaware. The Trbiune's correspondent a' St, Petersburg, telegraphs that the Russian Rus-sian note is unanimously approved there. All the papers contain strong articles expressing hope of a peaoe;ul result, but st iting that the eountry is ready f r war if necessary. The Galois demands a national subscription subscrip-tion to build a Black Sea fleet. An imperial ukase, signed yesterday and published to-day in the official journal, orders the Russian army to be recruited on the Prussian plan. The Trihi'nr'f correspondent telegraphs tele-graphs from Berlin. 17;h. that in official offi-cial circles a peaceful solution of the Black Sea question is looked for. It is admitted that an underfinnding exists ex-ists between Prussia and Russia, and that in case of war the-. will cooperate. co-operate. The news from L.-ndon and ienna caused a panic in the Bourse. IiOndon. 17. The Daily .r,c. will publish an article to-moiTjw, saying :hat the power which discards its most "solemn pledges as soon as an opportunity opportu-nity offers, goes far to place itself beyond be-yond the range of d:p'o:.iritic intercourse inter-course : and the nation whi -!i does not acknowledge the fore? ot treaties can only be deal; with by force of ans, if it ; to be dealt with at a! . The 7. Hume's cable fro::. Berlin. 17. says : A vmmun:eation from Jules Kavre to Ganibotta lu fallen into Prussian hands, which si-' that fre-k mc.-.t in Pari; will la-si ,.r,;il td-ti.y, then there i salt meat enough to !t a fortnight. Thi Pruian mi!itar atuUcritie? " ( make n secret of their expectations I that the batteries will be completed by ! December 1st, Their munitions have arrived, and everything is ready for j bombardment, if necessary, about the time meat fails. Vienna, IS. The Press regrets the mistaken pride of the French govern-! govern-! ment. which having asked an armis-i armis-i tiee objecrs to the reasonable demands of Prussia. I Berlin, IS. The Prussian press is ' able to demonstrate, from Napoleon's secret correspondence found at St, I Cloud, that an anti-Prussian war was prepared before Hohenzo'Jern s pro-. pro-. posed candidature. Two letters to that ; purport have been found. ' Berlin, IS. Jaeoby was not rc- elected to Parliament, having epposed the annexation of Alsace and Lorraine. London, 18. The Times says Rus-ia places herself in the position of a pub lie enemy. Carlisle writes two and a half col- j umns of solid type, in the Timet, in i ! justice of the Prussian policy, as found-1 ed on solid, practical prudence, touching touch-ing what Francj after four centuries of experience is sure to be, when again on her feet. London, l S. It is rumored that the Austrian government has ordered the departure of a large number of troops to the Turkish border, in order that i that country may be ready to eo-opc-1 rate with the other powers, in the ! event of the breaking out of hostilities. Rumors come here thick and fast, but ; the general impression is that nothing 1 can avert war. ! Madrid, IS. A committee of fifteen j of the Cortes go to Florence to present ; the crown to Aosta. The election is i highly popular in the Spanish prov- j inces. ' Orleans, 1 4, evening. I he Prussians have retired on Autenay. The French are constructing heavy works in front of the railway junction, out-ide of Orleans, Or-leans, on which ten thoHsand men are employed. The French army is massed between Orleans and Autenay. Bad management of the cavalry, the French say, balks their success. Boats have been constructed at Orleans to cross the river in case of the necessity of a retreat. The requisitions of the Prussians Prus-sians at Orleans amounted to two hundred hun-dred thousand pounds. Vienna, IS. The Press confirms the identity of the English and Austrian notes to the Czar. London, 18. A skirmish is reported near Fergriere. It i- said the resolutions of the treaty eomplained of by Russia, are as follows: fol-lows: The cruise of the Prince of Wales in the Kuxiue, in an English frigate; the similar trip of Bulwer; the appearance of an Austrian squadron at Varna when the Emperor was there; and the voyage of the Sultan m a Turkish Tur-kish frigate. Against this latter fact the Russiati envoy protested at the time, but ineffectually. London, 18. A Vienna correspond-enfsays, correspond-enfsays, if Russia had wished for a revision re-vision of the treaty of Paris, and it were submitted to the others signing the treaty, a favorable result might have ensued. But the courte actually chosen creates a grave situation, shaking shak-ing settled statutes of Kurope aud compelling com-pelling a common course of action to resist Russian demands. The opposition in the Hungarian Diet uege a decided course on the government. gov-ernment. The Prussians hold all the strongholds strong-holds about Jura. The siege of Lou-gevy Lou-gevy and Montmedy is imminent. A sortie from Mezieres has been repulsed by the first Prussian infantry. Rumors f Beust's resignation are discredited by A ienna official journals.