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e proposed mediation of her 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 not to leave until there was a prospect of more settled weather. Admiral De la Glavierre had reached Toulon, and the french ships destined ton, 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 then