26 SEPTEMBER 1840, Page 8

71 llnal;r1ted acti viii.

' ! '. :erasieees aml 1Sottai, have been

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enssanee a (lest'', of six millions fortifiestioss of Parini.

:hire .1 t oetivi'oy prevoils tunong the ,id dint town, owl preporatirms ti.isne . ir,t, !h.; nse eloo•nily reported that the 1::14 I' oin n-nl•itln '.., with the 1:11.v,iql to Coro, r. ;.ve ;,n1.1 der 'iii vi', s it in and Erninee. It . awl boasts that it st ouhl

to that 01 Fr,inee.

..mts•e.sr,itn l';.ri , elenron'el with dint trebling the 'no the Pollee Corre,a vonelle on Saturday ; when, -,en• !tn eight dn.:: n imprisonment, anal the the I to re-lt +Torment ; iS mr OW bars it of the ,00elo eon tint the ono fir lint driest .. ler a 'Ong aril thin. if: 0 few tooras the price nt, ors, redue,:d in all the in et.H. ,os it tly, "Iir;,il!eors Viii(!ennI,S, or Om v;;;;,ge:, alon:: tine river have As the City of Boulogne steam-packet was leaving Boulogne harbour on Wednesday night, she came violently in contact with the Loyal George, broke in her sides, and carried away the figure-head. The City of Boulogne sustained but very trifling injury, and continued her course for nearly a mile; but in consequence of the extreme alarm of the pasengers, the captain was unwillingly compelled to put back to Boulogne ; from which place she sailed on Thursday morning; many of her passengers having quitted her and crossed over to Dover by the Witter Witch, which brought over between eighty and ninety vessels- gers. It is expected that the Royal George will be laid up for some days for repairs.— Thnes.