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THE MINSTREL'S HARP.

FREDERICK DOUGLASS. THE FUGITIVE…

THE MINISTRY.

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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

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THE MILITIA.

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THE MILITIA. In England and Wales there are 75 Regiments, in Scotland 15, and in Ireland 38. the follow ng is a list of Regiments in this district of the kingdom, with their head quarters and names of Colonels and .Adjutants:- Royal Berks, Heading-Colonel, J. Blagrave; Adjutant, Cantatn Purvis. Royal Brecon, Brecon-Colonel, F. Chtmbre; Adjutant, Captain Isaacson. Royal Cardigai'i ^Aberystwiih—Colonel, W. E. Powell; Adjutant, Captain Webb. Carmarthen, Car.marthen-Colonel, G. R. Trevor; Adju- tant, Captain Davis. Royal Glamorgan, Cardiff—Colonel, Marquis of Bute; Adju- tant, vacant. Royal (South) Gloucester, Gloucesler-Colonel, Earl Fitz hardioge; Adjntant, Captain Worthington. Royal (North) Gloucester, Cirencester-Colonel, T. H. Kingscote; Adjutant, Captain Bradstock. Herefoid, Hereford Colonel, Earl Somers Adjutant, Cap- tain Jones. Royal Monmouth, Monmouth—Colonel, T. Lewis; Adjutant, Captain J. J. Kane. Oxford, Odord-Colonel, W. G. Langton; Adjutant, Cap- tam S. Dudley. Royal Radnor,Presteigne—-Col., J. Baroes; Adjutant, vacant. Shropshire, Shrewsbury—Col., E Gatacre; Adjutant, vacant. 1st Somerset. Taunton Col., Errl Powlett; Adjutant, vacant. 2nd Somerset, Bath-Colorad, Sir T. Lethbridge Adjutant, Captain R. Russell- Stafford. Stafford -Col., Earl of Dartmouth Adjutant, vacant. Warwick, Warwick—Colonel, Earl of Warwick; Adjutant, Captain Fitzgerald. Iloyal Wilis, Marlborough—Colonel, Sir J. C. Hobhouse Adjutant. Captain Price. Worcester, Worcester—Colonel, T. H. Burd Adjutant, Captain Smith. The following circular has been addressed by Sir Ju. Graham 10 the Lords-Lieutenant of ihe several counties in Great. Britain, ill reference to thp. appointment of Adjutants and the lilling liP of the other vacancies that exist at present-among the cominis- sioued officers of 1he various regiments of milina :— Whitehall, December, 1845, My Lord,—I have the honour to inform your lordship that her Majesty r. bt-jsri graciously pleased to signify her commands that the permanent stall of 'he several regiments, battalions, or corps of the militia of Great Britain, should be completed to tl-e number prescribed by the act of ihe 51li and 6th William IV., cap. 37. A communication has already been addressed by the Secre- lary at War to • fie colonels of regiments of militia, respecting the sergeant-majors and sorgeants, with a view of supplying other vacancies that may at pieseot exist, as well as of discharging such of the sergeants as have been found by the recent inspectors to be totally, unfit for the performance of any duty whatever, and also conveying to them a suggestion for a prospective discharge of those who, although they have been reported unfit for duty when the militia shall be in an enrolled slate, are nevertheless competent 10 the performance of the loc tl duties connected wiih thebiikt, enrolment, and training of that force. It being of considerable importance that the full establishment of officers in the several regiments of inilitia should be completed to the ex- tent prescribed by law, 1 beg leave to call your lordships atlen- tion to this subject, and to suggest that in the event of there bding any vacancies (that or paymaster excepted) in the regi- ment of militia in your county, such vacancies should be filled up before the spring of the ensuing year. 1 have the honour to be, my Lord, your Lordship's very o servant, J. G. GRAHAM. Her Majesty's Lieutenant of the county ot ——

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