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THE ABYSSINIAN EXPEDITION.

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THE ABYSSINIAN EXPEDITION. ANNESLEY BAY, FEB. 2. The Egyp,ran troops are pushing lorward without the concurrence of the British authorities. If is repol ted that King Theodoras is at Magdala, and that all the captives aru with him. Mehelek has been defeated, and has retired to Ankobar. Sir Robert Napier is about to advance from Senafe to Antalo. The rumour that an engagement had taken place there is unconfirmed. ALEXANDRIA, FEB. 10 (via MALTA. Advices from Annesley to the 29th ult state that the bay was full of transports, which were lying idle, the bad weather rendering towage impossible. Colonel Dunn has been killed at Senate,, by the acci- dental discharge of a fowlingpiece. A great scarcity of water prevailed' at Annesley, and the daily allowance was three quarts. Her Majesey's transport Crocodile arrived here to-day with the 92nd Highlanders, who will proceed to Suez to-morrow, to embark in the Malabar for India. MALTA, FEB. 16. Her Najiesty's steam Indian troopship Crocodile has arrived hsra from Alexandria, which she 13ft upon the 12th. She brings reports that the main body of the Abyssinian expedition cannot advance until the depots have been formed ait Senafe, which will require consider- able time, as ea(A mule's burden upon reaching its destination is reduced to an average weight of lOlbs. 19 miles of piping for the conveyance of water was passing through Egypt for Abyssisia. The Crocodile brings the 94th regiment and drafts from other regiments, in all 1,153 men, under the com- mand of Colonel Carmichael, also 19 naval supernumer- aries. She leaves for Portsmouth to-morrow, where she is expected to arrive on the 26th inst. The Crocodile passed the Serapis 130 miles from Alexandria.

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THE ALABAMA CLAIMS.

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THE LATE MR W. HERAPATH.

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