PRIVATE LETTERS OF
News I cannot send you that you could interest yourself in. The principal events being the following. Muda Hassim visited the governor, being the first time in two years he has quitted his own house. Muda Hassim's house threatened to tumble down, but was repaired and put up right in five days. A suspicions proa, carrying seventy men, arrived at Kuchin, being armed with one gun and eight swivels, and having on board several Arab soi-disant " sheriffs." It is reported that her intention is to lay wait and seize a Lahi trading boat The governor, it is understood, will proceed in person against her if necessary. Marriage in high lifeaPangeran Bahire, of Surkassan, was united, yesterday morning, to Pangeran Surbarun, of Borneo. The happy couple after the ceremony, retired into the inner apartment, and have not been seen since aenough nonsense. Offer my kindest regards to your lady. To all at Bridport, Greenwich, Lyme, and c., ofler my kindest remembrances. Tell Harry he might as well write me a long yarn. Adieu, and believe me Your affectionate friend,
J. Brooke.J. Brooke.