22 JUNE 1833, Page 2

Accounts have been received from Jamaica to the 13th of

May. The result of the elections, which were nearly finished, it was pretty well ascertained would be unfavourable to the Government party, or "Anti-Slavery rabble," as the Planters term them. Lord MULGRAVE had removed Mr. HUGH FRASER LESLIE from the commission of the peace, for presiding at a meeting at which a censure had been passed on his Lordship for cashiering the Mi- litia officers. Mr. LESLIE, however, had been reelected one of the members of the House of Assembly.