A few months after the July Revolution, John Stuart Mill, the famous utilitarian philosopher (and later Liberal MP) started writing a column on French news and politics for the Examiner. His complete works are up at the Online Library of Liberty (with these articles appearing as "French News" inThe Collected Works of John Stuart Mill, Volume XXII - Newspaper Writings December 1822 - July 1831 Part 1and Volume XXIII - Newspaper Writings August 1831 - October 1834 Part II).
I found his reactions to the June 1832 uprising and its supression:June 10thJune 17thJune 24July 8
The many articles on French News not dealing with this event give a lot of information, among other subjects, on censorship of the press at the time - who was fined what, what opinions were okay and what was over the line, how often one paper had been charged, etc.
Here day embraces night, and says: I will die with you and you will be reborn with me. From the heavy embrace of all desolations springs faith.
The real name of devotion is disinterestedness.