A project is on foot in Paris which has for its object to give to the Parisians the refreshment of sea bathing in the centxel part of the city. By the process of an hydraulic machine, placed on the still waters of Dieppe, the wa ters of the channel would be thrown into large pipes, which would carry it to Paris, and into a large basin placed in the centre of the Park of Mouceax. The expenditure is calculated at five or six millions of francs. The railway company from Dieppe to Paris have granted the privilege of layirg the pipes all aleng the road, and the government has given to the undertaking the free tse of the park of Mouceaux. The benefits of sea bathing consist as much in breathing the sea air as rolling in the water.