o your encouragement for the opportunity of demonstrating the availability of the science of aeronautics in the military service of the country.
Yours respectfully, T. S. C. Lowe.
An official order from the Duke of New-castle, forbidding privateers to enter the ports of Canada, was published in the Montreal (Canada) papers.--(Doc. 262.)
The Fourteenth Regiment N. Y. S. V. passed through New York City en route for the Seat of War.--The Eighteenth Regiment N. Y. Volunteers left Albany.--(Doc. 263.)
Capt. Budd, commanding the United States steamer Resolute, arrived at Washington, bringing as a prize the schooner Buena Vista, seized in the St. Mary's River.
He captured two other vessels — namely, the schooner Bachelor and the sloop H. Day.
The former had disregarded a warning given several days ago, and had deceived Captain Rowan by false statements, and was found on the Maryland side, opposite Matthias Point, at a place where it was convenient for crossing.