rae. aritt oí nortuern icebergs ís with the great polar curreuts which meet near the coast of Labrador. They aro froni thence floated with tlio curreut past Newfoundland, frequently striking t.ho coast, and usually dissolviüg iu the Guit' stream, which they rneot near tho Great Bank, they disappear at aboút lsititudo twelve degrees. Tho extreme limit reported in any authentic publication is latitude forty degrees north. The southern icebergs, not meeting a simüar dissolvent, approach nearer to tho equator, being frequently seen off the Cipe oí Godd Hope, in latitude thirty-four degrees soutli. Tho weight, sometimes, is huudmls of mülions of tons in their frozen mass. Only about one-oighth of their bulk is above the water. Oapt. Ross found one agronnd in Vi.i+ïi n Bfiy, n water 1,500 f eet deep.