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-Emigration.-The ship Prince of Wales, 1,451 tOllS, Captain J. Bippon, left Plymouth on Saturday, for Adelaide, with 52 married men, 54 married women, 144 single meB, 72 single women, 33 male children, 28 female children, Government emigrants, under the charge of Mr. T. S. Jou, surgeon superintendent, and Mies GlaByille, matron. The skips Strathnaver, pas- senger snip for Sydney, and Ida. Zeigier, passenger ship for Auckland, arrived at Plymouth, on Saturday, to embark pasgen^erg,^ The Strathnaver Bailed the same d&y. The Ida Zeigler will sail on Monday. Accident to a V olunteer.-Ä singular accident nconrredon the shooting range of the 1st Manchester Regiment, at Astley, on Saturday, to Serjeant M'Kellen, or .No. 6 Cornpany, who was acting as marker. The ground iDgice the martlet is covered with bullet-proof iron up to within a few feet of the placa where the nsarEer has to stand when registering the shot, the other part of the ground being covered with wood. M'Kelien was standing on thia woodwork when a shot struck on the ground in front of the mantlet, passed under the iron floor, and taking an upward direction lodged in M'Kellen's foot, and fractured the aakle 1 bone. The bullet was skilfully extracted.