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A Gazette Extraordinary, pub- lished oil the 15th June, arrived in town Saturday. It announces that Captain Mar- tihez, his officers and Crew, had given up the Spanish ship of the line, Asia, of 68 guns, to the Mexican Government, together with the Spanish brig Constanfia, and had themselves entered into the Mexican service. Boih vessels were forwarded to Acapulco, where they arrived on the litli of June.—- •Phe Spanish Government had sent out the Asia to engage in reconquering Peru and Mexico, but with its accustomed weakness and want of foresight had taken no means to secure even the pay of the crews. The Mexican Government wanted ships to clear its territory from the Spanish garrison -of St. Juan d'Ulloa, a service which the Asia and its consort will be able to perform by blockading that fort, by sea, whilst it is attacked or starved out by land. It will have a good effect upon King, Ferdinand himself, for it will prevent his sending troops to the New World, lest they should become-the defenders of that independence which they would be commissioned to destroy.

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