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ts were lying off in order to take a like freight on board. Orders had been given for the manufacture of two millions of Minnie bullets weekly at Woolwich, to go on until countermanded. Admiral Sir R Dacres, in the frigate Edgar, is to join Admiral Milne at Halifax. In regard to the report that the celebrated frigate Warrior was to join the North American fleet, it is explained that the Warrior was about to embark supernumeraries for the Mediterranean and West India stations, and convey them to Lisbon. On arriving there she will transfer those for the North American and West India squadron to the Edgar, which would sail immediately afterwards to join the squadron of Admiral Milne, while the Warrior would await further instructions at Lisbon. The ships-of-war which had assembled at Gibraltar were expected to be ordered back to Lisbon. The Adelaide, steamer, which had put back to Plymouth experienced very severe weather in the Atlantic, and at one time was in great da