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ernment to arrange a plan for appointing the commanders, of regiments by election instead of purchase, remains unfulfilled. On her voyage from Queenstown to Plymouth, the frigate Warrior went nine and a half knots an hour, under topsail and foresails. It is said that the Central Committee, of the Society of St. Vincent dher Majesty's Government. The expedition against Mexico. The British men-of-war Sansparell, Dougal and Conqueror, having embarked eight hundred marines at Plymouth, were to have sailed on the 10th inst., for the Gulf of Mexico, but were prevented by stormy weather, and orders had been issued by the Admiralty that they were strong guns from the frigate Emerald. The screw steam troop ship Megæra, Commander Henderson, from Portsmouth 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.