20 JUNE 1840, Page 9

Lord Durham's health has rallied, and the journey to time

Continent is given up. Captain Hamilton, of her Majesty's packet Widgeon, has

received orders to hold himself in readiness to convey Lord Durham from Dover to the Isle of Wight.

The Committee of subscribers to the equestrian statue of the Duke of Wellington have recently had the gratification of receiving the Queen's subscription of five hundred guineas, and from Prince Albert a subscription of one hundred guineas.

The Colonelcy of the Thirty-eighth Regiment, in Limerick garri- son, is vacant by the death of the aged veteran General Sir Henry Pigot, the father of the British Army, and contemporary in rank of Lord Cathcart, who is now the only survivino. General Officer of Janu- :try 1812. Sir Henry Pigot served with the Duke of York and the Guards in Holland, in 1793 and 1794. The officers of the Thirty- eighth will go into mourning for their late Colonel.