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EXPEDIXIONT CULCUTTA, J AX. 10.-T"e following regiments have beea oi.lered t.. p-oc-vd to C'niu iInfantry The 3rd, 6th. Sth, 31st, 37M>, 44th, 5GLh, COtb, 67th, 73rd, and eight native ri'g;,nentB. Civati-y The Queen's 1st Dragorn Guards. TI, staff 01 the China 1'o:cc is c ,mJ08d as fallows Sir t Gt'iitit, Commander in Chief Geneials Napier aft: jli ,hcl, Generals of Divisions j Coloiii l fMephi.'lH, [. Deputy 1! (j?ii,,ant (;nton?[ Mackenzie, (iuarter- ? ills..l1 .,i; Culi?Ll Bruce and Colcnct Haythono' On.cis of (hfS'n<{' .I'I' I MOROCCO. ¡ M\r>R-r>, InfusDAV.—lesterday cuusiderable]Moorish f irccs at tacked tho light aiag of thj Spanisa encamp. I uH'i'.t but wen: repulsed. The Spanish then made an attack on the Moorish liies, tlirew the Moors into di.-order, and took their posi- tb". w!ii-:h tiioy ma'nt.iined until the end of tbe fi >-ht. The Sp muh artillery caused enormous losses to tho enemy, eMimited t» amount to 2,000. The Spanish lost 200. The victory wai coiiipIL-te. The bruther uf the Emperor commanded the Moors. IX bi A AXD IJHINA MAILS. SOUTHAVPT().V, F4 RIDAY.-ThL, Ceylon, from Alexan- dria, with the Indian and China mails, arrived in tho river ht eight a.m. The Ceylon encountered rough wea- ther througii.iut. Her dates are Alexandria, Jaa 18 I Malta, 22 Gibraltar, 28. The Ocvlon brings 83 pisssngers, a general cargo of merchfindise; precious ston.'s, valuj 23,959 mpeee, pearls, value 16.590 rupees; and 2,800 b:iles silk. The Ci vion passed the Delta on the 22ud, the China on the 28th, and the Sultan on the 3lat. Gibraltar Exchanges London, 90 days, 511 to 51. At Gibraltar frie;hts were uuohanged. Advices from the scat of war in Africa are to the 27th ultimo. General Rios continued in possession of the seaboard of Tetuan. The troop3 under O'Donnell »till commanded the heights in frcnt of that city. Several steamers had arrived at Malaga with wounded soldiers from camp. Mazagan was still quiet, and trade was being carried. on as usual. A sixth corps was in course of formation at Malagni to be commanded bv General Concha. The Sultan in order to humanise the war, has offered a reward of one hundred ducats for every Spanish pris- oner brought in. The Spiniai-ds suffered more severely than reported at the battle of Capo N egro. Mulas Abbas his refused permission for Moorish women to quit Tetuan. Large reinforcements from the interior were said to bo on the way for his camp. The battle of the 23rd January lasted from nine a.m. to five p.m. Great valour was displayed both sides. After the battle the two armies returned to their previous posi- tions. Cadiz was to be illuminated on the fall of Tetuan.

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