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y for saying that Admiral Sir Alexander Milne, K. C. B., in his ship the Nile, may be expected here from Halifax in the last week of the ensuing month. The A miral will be accompanied by a large fleet of British vessels and several French vessels of war. A man-of war may be expected with a middle month mail from Halifax, and it is probable she will bring further notice relative to the Admiral's movements. The squadron is subsequently destined for Mexico, in company with a French and Danish fleet. The following ships-of-war, English and French, were at Halifax on the 17th inst., English--Nile, 29, (flag ship,) Capt. Barnard; St. George, 86, Capt. Hon. F. Egerton; Mersey, 40, Capt. Caldwell, C. B., Ariadne, 26, Capt. Vansittart; Jason, 21, Captain Von Donop; Diadem, 32. Capt. Cockburn; Immortalite, 51, Capt. Hancock; Nimble, 5, Lieut Com. D' Arcy; Racer, 11, Commander Lyons; Rinaldo, 17, Commander Hewitt. French.--Gassendi, Bellone, (flag ship,) Foudre, Prony.