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His Excellency Don Juan Vial, the new Minister Plenipotentiary from Spain to this country, has arrived in town. The Chevalier Cordoba, Charge d'Affaires, sets off for Con- stantinople, to which place he has been appoint- ed Minister. He will be greatly regretted here, on account of his great literary, no less than his political attainments. GUARDIAN CLUB.—-On Thursday last a nu- merous and respectable meeting of this Constitutional association was held at the Ram inn, Boston. \Ve are glad to find that the Club has considerably increased its members of late.- Ilostoit He-ald. ARRIVAL OF LIEUT. HOLMAN IN EXETER. | his gentleman, known as the extraordinary "Blind Traveller," has arrived in this city, after an absence of six years, during which time he has been travelling round the globe, visiting the most interesting countries on his way that the time would admit of.- JVao/mer's Exeter dnzette. The diving bell, with its apparatus, is now employed in raising the remaining po; tion of the Al-eiga. ven y East Indiaman,which was someyiars since wrecked in Weymouth Bay. THE EARLY TRADE OF LONDON.-It appears by the great roll of the Exchequer, tb,t in the first year of the reign of King John, the farm of the Cambium, of Exchange of London, was let upon lca->e for a term of ten years, to one Guy de Von, who stood indebted io the Crown (in the fourth year of the same reign) in the sum of one thousand and sixty pounds, eight shillings, and four pence, for the farm of the said Exchange which proves the trade of London to have been very great at that time. A COMICAL DEATH SCENE.-At the end of the drama on Monday evening, when the Wizard Skiff was performed, several unlucky corpses fell rather beyond the scope of the currain. A general movement com- menced ami ngst the slain, and various gentlemen, with gashes in their midriff, deliberately rolled themselves out of sight, amidst the roars of the house This shoit-s that the dead men of the Adelphi are not quite alive to scenic effect.-Edinburgh T4catrical Record,

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