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e character. He entered the service in 1818, and finally left it in 1833, at the age of twenty-nine, not having been afloat on duty since that period. The deceased Rear Admiral published, in 1827, a narrative of travels made by him in the United States and Canada, together with observations on the maritime resources of the States; also an account of the condition of their dockyards and navy. Legal Contest of the New Title of Victor Emanuel in France. [From Galiguani's Messenger, June 12.] A curious case was, on Saturday, submitted to the Imperial Court of Aix. In January last a frigate called La Samtia, belonging to the navy of King Francis, of the Two Sicilians, was in the port of Tenion undergoing repair, but his Majesty, who was at that time defending Gaeta, transferred her by deed executed by his aid de-camp, General Count Latour, to M. Serre, a French banker, in payment of supplies and advances; M. Serre sold the vessel to M. Oxprano, and the latter disposed of he
Earthquake in Canada. --A telegraphic dispatch, dated Montreal, C. W., June 12th, says: A severs shock of an earthquake was felt here last evening, which fasted several seconds. It was felt at the same time in various places in Canada West. In Ottawa City chimneys were thrown down, buildings shattered, &c.