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ndian station and the British possessions in America. A large number of Armstrong guns for the different fortifications will be sent by these vessels, and the whole of the magazines and arsenals will be placed off a war footing. The Gazette, in another article, has the following: Her Majesty's Government have decided on adding largely to the number of ships on this command. The Mersey, 40, sc., Capt. Caldwell, C. B., which splendid frigate was recently here on her way home from Jamaica, left Portsmouth on the 12th under steam for this station. Four other vessels have also been commissioned — we have the names, however, of only three, viz: the Driver, the Rinaldo, and the Challenger. The Driver, 6, paddle wheel steam sloop, Commander Horatio Nelson, has received, in addition to her other armament, a 100-pounder Armstrong pivot gun. The D. is said to be exceedingly well manned, both in officers and men. The Rinaldo, 17, sc., Commander Hewett, V. C., is just commission