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London, Monday Evening, July 19. DISPATCHES—FIELD MARSHAL WEL- LING TON NEAR FRANCE—PAN COR BO TAKEN—ST. SEBASTIAN AND PAM- PLUN A BESIEGED. Yesterday afternoon the Telegraph from Plymouth transmitted the following inteili gence to the Admiralty Pancorbo taken biv the Spaniards, with 20 cannon and TOO prisoners—Lord Wellington .oil iliefrotitiers- Bispatches on the road." The Dispatches reached the Office of the War Department at noon to-day. They came by the way of Passage, and art- d,,i(e(.l from field Marshal Wellington on the 3d instant, from Ostiz, three leagues north (If Pamllluna .At that time Sir Thomas Graham was closely St. Sebastian, and Sir Rowland Hill Fainiiltlit." Pancorbo had been taken by the S!) ani a r d s „■

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