Reparation for an Insult.
--On hearing of the outrage on our flag by the revolutionary troops at Rio Hache, New Granada, the commander of our squadron at the West Indies
immediately dispatched the sloop-of-war St. Louis
, Captain Poor
, with orders to demand redress.
This vessel arrived at Rio Hache about the 1st of September, and "the Commander
demanded that the flag of the Consulate should be hoisted by two officers of the garrison, that the troops should then file under it, and afterwards salute it by three volleys.
Although at first they endeavored to evade giving this satisfaction, they had at last to pass through the Candine Forks
by the peremptory terms in which the Commander