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ged him with lying, and the negro was quietly passed through an aperture in the wall into the street. At seven o'clock this evening an immense concourse of people assembled in front of Convention Hall; but after being assured by the owner of the building that no attempt to hold a session of the Abolition Convention during the evening and that the hall would not be opened, the crowd adjourned to eight o'clock to-morrow morning, and quietly dispersed. [by telegraph.] Syracuse, Jan. 30. --The Anti- Slavery Convention met here this morning in Convention Hall. The Rev. M. E. Strieby, of this city, Chairman of the Committee on Resolutions, reported. At first the attendance was small, but gradually the disorganizers gathered until the hall was filled. A Mr. Powell attempted to speak, and through the efforts of the police he was heard for some time; but about noon the mob put him down, and got forward one of their number named Luke McKinney, who mounted the platform
n to Pensacola is about 1,100 miles. The Brooklyn will probably be at Pensacola by Friday evening. Mr. C. T. Haskell has been dispatched on a special mission to Washington, with important dispatches and instructions from Col. I. W. Hayne. Mr. Haskell, it is thought, will reach the above city to-day. Mr. Hayne will await the receipt of these before taking any final action on the subject with which he is charged. Union and compromise meeting in Detroit, Michigan. Detroit, Mich., Jan. 30. --A large meeting of citizens favorable to the plan of the Border State Committee assembled in the City Hall, last evening, pursuant to a call of the Mayor. The hall was densely packed and hundreds were unable to obtain admittance. The meeting was addressed by prominent Democrats and Republicans. Resolutions were adopted favoring the admission of the territory South of 36.30 as a State with or without slavery and all North of the line as free; the amendment of the fugitive
Arrived. Steamship Jamestown, Skinner. N. York, mdze. and passengers, Ludlam & Watson. Schr. S. R. Allen, Baker, Boston, mdze., D. & W. Currie. Schr. Ada Ames, Ames, Rockland, ice, B. Wardwell & Co. Schr. Virginia, Lakin, Norfolk, oyster shells. Sloop Margaret Ann. Turner, Eastern Shore, potatoes to A. Millspaugh. Sailed, Brig Rolling Wave, Collins, Rio, flour, Haxall, Crenshaw & Co. Schr. Charles, Foulks, down the river, light. Schr. J. W. Sturgess, Scott, down the river, light. Sloop Morella, Garland, York River, J. G. Read. Matanzas, Jan. 22.--Sl'd, schr. Gen. Marion, Richmond. New York, Jan. 30.--Arr'd, schr. Marshall, Richmond. Savannah, Jan. 29.--Arr'd, schr. Golden Gate, Weeks, Va.
New York Tobacco sale. New York, Jan. 30. --The tobacco sale to-day was spirited — all on the catalogue being disposed of 260 hhds of Kentucky tobacco were sold at 4 ½ a 11 ½ cent
Ship News. New York, Jan. 30. --The ship Virginia Dare, from Richmond for Liverpool, put into Bermuda leaky. No date given.