We learn that it is contemplated by the Government to send out another expedition to the Arctic Regions, with the view of discovering the or a  north-west passage, between the Atlantic and the Pacific; and the Council of the Royal Society having been solicited to give their opinion as to the desirableness of such an expedition, have stated, that independent of the great object to be attained, the benefits that would accrue to the sciences of geography and terrestrial magnetism render such an expedition peculiarly desirable.
     It appears that Erebus and Terror, which were recently employed at the South Pole, under the command of Sir James ROSS, have returned in such good order as to be made immediately available for employment on any similar service.