10 MARCH 1838, Page 12

The Berwick fishermen have had no occasion to go to

sea this week ; the fish, singular as the fact may seem, having actually come on shore to them--glad to take shelter, it is supposed, from the fury of the storm. We understand the shore under and northward of the Magda- len Fields has been literally covered with cods and haddocks, most of which were taken alive. Owing to this, notwithstanding the tempes- tuous weather, Berwick has been well supplied with fresh fish during the week.—Kelso Warder.