14 JANUARY 1843, Page 9

The Monarch, a Hull steamer, while going down the river

with passengers and a general cargo, this morning, ran on the fluke of an anchor, which is said to have been lying for some time in the City moorings, near Limehouse : a great hole was made in the bottom of the vesssel, and it began to fill. It was, however, got to Seaward's wharf, without any serious accident to the passengers ; and the damaged cargo was unloaded, in order to the necessary repairs.