5 SEPTEMBER 1840, Page 9

By letters from Sierra Leone, we find that the yellow

fever had again broken out in a most malignant form, nine deaths having occurred within a few days. Mr. Teague, Ordnance Clerk, Mr. Pyne, Colonial Surveyor, several of the Church Missionary Society, and the wife of Mr. Dover, of the Wesleyan Mission, died. Colonel Doherty, the Governor, had a severe attack of fever ; which had decided him on re- turning home.—Limerich Chronicle.