THE more interesting intelligence during the present, as in some previous weeks, has come from the East. The overland mail brings letters from China to a date more recent than the preceding accounts. They represent the rebellion in a formidable aspect, although they do not suppo
Advices have been received from the Cape to the 22nd March. Peace has been concluded, and Sandilli consigned beyond the Kei. Two special messengers from Sandilli himself waited on Colonel Maclean, commissioner to British Kaffraria, charged with a petition from the rebel chief, p
Richard Penistan, Staverton-row, Walworth, draper, to surrender May 20, at 1 o'clock, July 2, at half-past 1, at the Bankructs' Court: solicitors, Messrs. Solle Turner, and Turner, Aldermanbury ; official assignee, Mr. Pennell, Guildhallchambers, Basinghall-street. Edward Theoba
THIS well-known article requires no comment; suffice it to say, that none of the undermentioned diseases woul , l exist in this country if it was generti'l7 used, which has been fully proved by thou sands of persons—amongst whom are many of the nobiity, clergy, medical men, &c.
The North Pacific Exploring Expedition, under the command of Commodore Ringgold, will sail from Norfolk in the course of a few days. The field of its operations will embrace.the North Pacific coasts of Asia and America, surveying all the reefs, banks, shoals, &c., Japan islands
... 0 ... 0 Artillery ... Sappers and Miners 18th 11.1. 51st K.0.L.1. 80th Regiment 67th 8.N.1. 4th Seikhs Rumgurh Irregular Cavalry "The two field guns, rocket tubes rockets, and which unfortunately fell into the enemy's possession on the 4th of last month, have been recaptured
James Burt, sen., and James Burt, jun., of Manchester, and William Tottie Watson, of Leeds, commission agents, third div. of nd. in the pound, payable at 45, George-street, Manchester, on May 24, or any following Tuesday. Charles Edmonstone, of Over Darwen, Lancashire, paper man