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i I SWANSEA HOYAL REGAFTA.…

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I SHIP AND 32 LIVES LOST.

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LORD PENRHYN AND HIS QUARRYMEN.

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Benin Expedition,! .

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Benin Expedition, ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE AUVANCE. [SPECIAT, TKLJFGKAW FKOM OUR CORRESPONDENT. ] IORCADOS TIIVEK, jjeoruary q,,tj. --Arrange- ments for the Punitive Expedition again'b the King of Benin are rapidly approaching comple- tion. An advance on Benin City will be rrade on the 10th instant, probably from two points, The hospital ship Malacka has not yet arrived. SAPBLY, ERNIN FIVER, February 6h.-The Admiral and Consul-General arrived here yester- day and leave again to-day. I saw Captain Boisragou yesterday, and be told nie that he had, after the massacre, sent a friendly chief named Dore up to Benin to inquire whether there were any white men in the city. The chief having seen the King returned with the answer that there were no white men in Benin City, but only some black prisoners. The King, he reported, further intimated that he would receive no more communications from white men, and that if they sent an expedition against him, be would come with his soldiers and fig-ht them at the waterside as they attempted to land. If, he added, his soldiers got killed be would bring more, and if these were killed, too. he would then retire into the back country. Capt. Boisragon his quite recovered from his wounds and privations in the bush.

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