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Colonial-Office, Downing Street, January 1, 1838.
k DISPATCH has been received from LieuJjl. tenant-General Sir John Colbome, K. C. B. Commander of the Forces in Canada, dated 3d December 1837, of which the following is an extract:
My Lord, Montreal, December 3, 1837. I HAVE the honour to acquaint you, for the information of the General Commanding in Chief, that as soon as I could collect a sufficient force in Montreal, after the dispersion of the rebels at Saint Charles, I ordered eight companies, and three field pieces, to be assembled at Sorel, and to march on Saint Denis.
You will perceive from the report from Colonel Gore, that he entered St. Denis yesterday.
I have every reason to believe, that the habituiis, who had taken up arms on the Richelieu, have
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returned to their homes. Her Majesty's troops occupy, at present, St. John's, Chambly, St. Charles, St. Denis, St. Ours, and Sorel, in the neighbourhood of which places there is no appearance of disturbance.
I have, &c.
J. COLBORNE, Lieut.-Gen.
Major-Gen. the Right Hon. Lord FitzRey
From the DUBLIN GAZETTE of Friday,
Hanaper-Office, December 29, 1837.
ELECTION OF A TEMPORAL PEER OF IRELAND.
IN pursuance of an Act, passed in the fortieth year of the reign of His late Majesty King George the Third, intituled " An Act to regulate the mode by which the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and the Commons, to serve in the Parliament of the United Kingdom, on the part of Ireland, shall be summoned and returned to the said Parliament," I do hereby give notice, that writs, bearing test this day, have issued for electing a Temporal Peer of Ireland, to succeed to the vacancy made by the demise of Richard Earl of Clancarty, in the House of Lords of the said United Kingdom; which said writs are severally directed to the following Peers, who sat and voted in the House of Lords in Ireland before the Union, and whose right to vote on the election of Temporal Peers of Ireland hath, upon claims made on their behalf, been admitted since the Union by the House of Lords of the said United Kingdom; and that the said writs are' ready to be delivered at this Office:
His Royal Highness Ernest Augustus Earl
of Armagh. Augustus Frederick Duke of Leinster. Henry De La Poer Marquess of Waterford. Arthur Blundel Sandys Trumbull Marquess
of Downshire. George Augustus Marquess of Donegal. Richard Colly Marquess Wellesley. William Marquess of Thomond. Thomas Marquess of Headfort. Howe Peter Marquess of Sligo. John Loftus Marquess of Ely. Charles William Vane Marquess of London*
Francis Nathaniel Marquess Conyngham. George Thomas John Marquess of Westmeath.
James Marquess of Ormonde.