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LATEST NEWS. MERLiy OFFICE, Friday, 5 p.r»< EAST INDIA AND CHINA MAILS., ARRIVAL OF THE COLOMBO. SOUTHAMPTON, THURSDAY MORNING.âThe st ship Colombo has arrived with the heavy portion of tjjj East India, China, and Australian mails, 184 passenge £4800 in specie, and a full cargo of silks, &c. A the passengers are Col. Lennox, wife, and daughter. colonel belonged to the 22d Regiment at Fyzebad, Oude only a serjeant of Artillery and the colonel caped. A lady, who escaped from Delhi with ft* children and a dog, also comes home in this vessel. fugitives report being all well treated by the merch at Calcutta, and supplied with money to send thenrtM immediately on the Colombo's arrival. Captain received a letter from the Relief Fund Commit through the Peninsular and Oriental Company, aut rising him to render the passengers every relief assistance. THE IJTDIAX MUTINIES.âRELIEF FUND-We happy to be able to announce that the Sublime Porte instructed its ambassador in London to forward to Right Hon. the Lord Mayor the sum of £1000 as Sultan's donation to the fund for the relief of the sufi by the mutinies in India. The importance of this e pression of sympathy from the acknowledged head of Mahomedan religion will be at once perceived. L A. paaic is.. raging at Calcutta. The inhabitants .enmlmg aw-ay thftr quiwr possible- IS reported that Lucknow has ranen, and another JI2 ere taken place. There are no troops now at Ceylon, in the M 1iurid [ except Malays and Sepoys. The Steele and the other French papers ar« mencing a rather ominous discussion, which we no''v without in the slightest degree impugning the and chivalrous feeling of love to this country, tained by the French Emperor. The time, we are t<W has arrived for making a revision of the map of EurOpJj and, cf course, deranging the European settlement 181-5. J; RAILWAY ACCIDENT.âAn awful accident occurred Thursday on the Great Northern Railway, to the expr^ train from Manchester to London. The train passed i ford station at about the right time, and had proceed** nearly two miles further, when in running over viaduct which crosses the Newark and Tuxford something gave way,âit is supposed an axle,âthe gine became detached from the carriages and forward, while the vehicles separated in two divisio^ the first of which heeled over the embankment on south side of the viaduct, while the hinder portion the train fell down with a tremendous crash on the tul?| pike road below. Four passengers were killed spot, among whom is the Hon. W. M. Windsor brother to the Hon. Robert Clivc, M.P, A number *1 others are not expected to survive. The head of of the ladies killed was crushed quite flat; the another was cut in two from top to bottom. A jj man s boot, wet with blood, was seen on the road, had been cut off, A newspaper, smeared with blo^'i was also found. Numerous articles belonging to passengers were picked up, and forwarded to Retford-

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