The British fleet in the Levant has again put to
sea, in conse- quence of Lord PoNsoNev's orders, received on the 3d of Fe- bruary by Admiral Rowuev, at Malta. The squadron consists of six ships of the line, three frigates, and four smaller vessels. No certain reason is given for the movement of this formidable armament ; but there was a report at Malta that a conspiracy against the Sultan bad been discovered at Constantinople. It was not supposed at Malta that any movements of the Russians had caused the sudden activity of our fleet ; and we observe that the Duke of WELLINGTON stated in the House of Peers that there is no ground for uneasiness in that quarter.