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chaunting of the Te Deum, a royal salute of twenty-one guns 'was fired from the saluting battery of Fort St. Angelo, and also from the batteries of Citta Notabile.

In the evening the inhabitants of the city illuminated their houses, and exhibited great joy on this happy occasion.

Adjutant General's Office, Ionian Islands,

Head-Quarters, Corfu, November 13th, 1824. GENERAL ORDERS.

No. II. Major General Sir P. Ross, K. C. St. Michael and St. George, with all the officers of the garrison and departments off duty, will be pleased to meet bis Excellency the Lord High Commissioner at the Palace to-morrow morning at ten minutes before eleven, to attend the ceremony and procession of Saint Spiridione.

(Signed) G. RAITT, D. A. G.

Brigade Major's Office,

Corfu, November 13th, 1894. GARRISON ORDERS.

No. II. A guard consisting of one subaltern 32nd Regiment, one serjeant and twelve privates 18th Regiment, will mount at the Church of Saint Spiridione to-morrow morning at half past nine o'clock.

No. III. A detachment consisting of the captain of the day, one subaltern, two serjeants, three drummers, and eighty rank and file, with the bands of the 18th and 28th Regiments, will parade on the esplanade at half past ten o'clock to-morrow morning, to accompany the procession of Saint Spiridione, under the Orders of the field-Officer of the day. The above guard and detachment to appear in white trowsers.

When the procession shall have arrived opposite the Palace of St. Michael and St. George, the usual salute will be fired from the batteries.

The whole of the Officers of the garrison off duty, both civil and military, will meet the Lieutenant-general commanding, at the Palace, to-morrow-morning at the hour mentioned, in No. II. of this day's General Orders.

(Signed) S. HOLMES,

Brigade Major.

Malta, June 23rd, 1824. Division ORDERS.

No. III. The military staff, heads of departments, and field Officers of corps, will assemble to-morrow morning at nine o'clock at the Palace, in levee dress with pantaloons and hessian boots, to attend His Excellency to St. John's Church. .

No. IV. One captain, two subalterns, with N. C. Officers in proportion, and one hundred and fifty men of the 80th Regiment, will parade to-morrow at the above hour in the square in front of the treasury, to line Strada Reale from the Palace to St. John's Church. The men to appear in their red clothing.

FINIS.

J. AND T. CLARKE, PRINTERS, ST. JOHN-SQUARE, LONDON.

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