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Extract of a letter from Messina, dated 18til Feb. :—" The Picton, from Malta, in twenty-four hours, nrrived here on the morning of the 15th, reports that the Al- gerines had taken about twenty sail of vessels off and about Sardinia. Orders had been issued by the Admiral of Malta, Sir H. B. Neale, that no British vessel should quit that port without convoy.— He had fixed the first convoy for the Eastward on the 15th instant, and for the "Westward on the 20ih. It is said that a strong Algerine squadron is in the Archi. pelago, somewhere about Candy." Corfu, Feb. 11.—Since the 20th of January three ships have arrived from England at Missolonghi, with arms and ammunition for the Greeks. One of the last numbers of the Hellenic Chronicle. published at Missolonghi, the subscrip- tion to which is six dollars, contains a justification of Prince Maurocordato re* speciing the affair in Ithaca, which may be recommended to all the friends of the Greek cause. Lord Byron has written to Colocotroni, and received from him a very flattering answer, which leaves but little doubt of the approaching t';ill d Palrfls. Colocotroni calls himself in thi-> letter a true son of Greece. The Greek Senate has resided for these three weeks at Tripolizza. In the annual government contracts for hemp, the navy board has advertised for tenders of 2000 tons of St. Petersburgh, 1500 tons of Riga, and 1000 tons of Chi- lian, or of Italian hemp. This is the first time that the trnders of Chili have had an opportunity offered to them, to supply a I. part of the consumption ot hemp by the 1 British navy.

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