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by the society, and therefore all payments were voluntary, and not the result of a legal agreement, and if the trustees did not collect the full amount of the salary, there was no legal manner of collecting the balance. The court decided in favor of the trustees and against the clergyman. The Queen's Messenger En Route home. The Quebec Chronicle, of Tuesday, says: "Mr. Seymour, the Queen's messenger, who has been to Washington, arrived here yesterday morning. We believe Captain Lindsey, R. N., who has been staving in Quebec for some time, will leave for England to-day and carry with him dispatches for the British Government. The Londonderry Guardian tells us the Anglo-Saxon was detained a day on her last outward trip, to receive an immense quantity of telegraphic cypher for Lord Lyons." Desertions from Canada. Two privates in the One Hundredth Regiment, stationed at Toronto, Canada, undertook to desert on Thursday, by crossing to Rochester in a sail boat.