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mouth and Portland, which arrived on Thursday evening at Plymouth, disembarked some supernumeraries for the Dougal and Conqueror, and proceeded for Queenstown to embark troops for Malta. The Pharton, 51, screw, Captain E. Jatham, arrived at Spithead on Saturday morning from the Sore. Orders were subsequently received to proceed to Davenport or the purpose of being placed in dock before proceeding to her station, understood to be the Gulf of Mexico. The Pharton, it is now said, will not hoist an Admiral's flag, as it was said she would when first commissioned by Capt. Jatham. She had steam up soon afternoon yesterday, but remained at Spithead up to sunset. She will probably sail thence this morning if the weather should moderate. Sailing of the first Division of the English Contingent. Her Majesty's ships Dougal, Conqueror and Sansparell left Plymouth Sounds on the 13th ult., about noon, with the expeditionary battalions of marines for Mexico, the wind blowing half a g