The latest arrivals from the Cape announce " decided advan-
tages" over the Caffres. Those "decided advantages," however, leave the termination of hostilities apparently as remote as ever. Indeed it is admitted, that their most probable result is but to shift the scene of hostilities from the mountains of the Amatola to the North of the Orange River. The predatory excursions of the Caffres within the colony are carried on with undiminished success.