Latest news from Greece describe the uncertain state of the country. The Egyptian campaign spreads terror among the Greeks. There are many complaints against the Greek fleet that allowed the Ottoman armies to be deployed in Morea. Several Greek military officers believe that the Greek fleet could and ought to stop them before the landing. But the fleet lacks money and supplies. From the other side, the Greek marine officers believe that they tried their best, saving Mesolongi twice, and that it was not possible to stop the Turkish invasion as the Turkish fleet was incomparably greater. Once again, signs of discord along the Greeks. The Government in Nafplio sent Fabvier, in Athens in an effort to control Gouras, but the French officer stopped in Megara to avoid an open confrontation with Gouras. More French philhellenes just arrived from Paris, including 27 officers, 2 generals and 2 doctors. Reybaud, who had provided a detailed report about the massacres in Tripolitsa by Kolokotronis in 1821, is among them. New supplies arrived from Europe for the Greeks including a machine to make canons, equipment for printing banknotes, detailed geographical maps, telescopes e.t.c. However, the Greeks need more canons and arms and not maps. The Egyptian army has 10000 Egyptians, 5000 Albanians and 1400 cavalries and this is the strongest army ever sent against the Greeks. Several other news.