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Doc. 132.--letter from Commodore Stewart. Bordentown, May 4, 1861. My dear Sir: Agreeably to your request I now furnish you with the reminiscences of a conversation which passed between Mr. John C. Calhoun and myself in the latter part of December, 1812, after the declaration of war by the Congress of the United States against Great Britain on the 18th of June previous. On the assembling of Congress, in the early part of December, I found that an important portion of the leading o which his whole life had been devoted. You see, my dear sir, I have no disposition to bury my light under a bushel, but will ever be ready to accord justice to whom justice is due. Thus in death we show the ruling passion stronger than in life, and as it is with individuals, so it is with nations — the blackest spot found in the heart is ingratitude. Accept the assurances of my regard and esteem. Charles Stewart. George W. Childs, Esq., Philadelphia. --N. Y. Evening Post, May 10.