29 DECEMBER 1849, Page 7

In the Insolvent Court, yesterday, George William Drummond Hay, late

a Lieu- tenant in the Royal Artillery, was remanded to prison for six calendar months, in addition to two months of imprisonment already endured, for "obtaining money on checks which he had no right to give," for "most frightful extravagance " and "utter recklessness" of living.

In the case of Mr. Ellis Jones at Carnarvon, the Coroner's Jury have returned a verdict of " Accidental death."

High spring-tides, with heavy gales, have flooded Yarmouth and Lowestoft for two days: the quay, the market-place, the streets, inundated—water in the houses three or even six feet deep—the lowlands submerged far inland. Eleven vessels have been driven on shore.