f the Royal Canadian Rifles.
Toronto.--One field battery of Royal Artillery, the Thirtieth regiment, and one company of sappers.
Hamilton.--One battery of Royal Artillery, one battery of Rifle brigade.
London.--One field battery of Royal Artillery; the Sixty-third regiment (headquarters;) Royal Canadian Rifles, (headquarters;) one battalion of the Military train.
Guelph.--Four companies of the Sixty-third regiment.
Johns, L. C.--Three companies Royal Canadian Rifles.
Chambly--One company Royal Canadian Rifles.
Isle aux Noix.--One battery of the Royal Artillery; one company of the Forty-seventh regiment.
Virteria Bridge (north side).--Detachment of the Forty-seventh regiment.
Niagara.--One company of the Royal Canadian Rifles.
Port Dalhousie.--Fifty men of the Royal Canadian Rifles.
Port Colborne.--Fifty men of the Royal Canadian Rifles.
Dunville.--Forty men of the Royal Canadian Rifles.
St. Catherines.--One company of the Thirtieth regiment.
ning, which must reach me, if there be no interruption, at noon to-morrow.--Should you decide to await their arrival, I feel confident that they will enable me to answer definitely your note of yesterday morning.
Regretting a delay, which I am sure you will regard as unavoidable on my part, I remain yours, truly, Horace Greeley,
[Messrs Holcombe and Clay to Mr Greeley.] Clifton House. Niagara Falls, July 19, 1864. To Hon Messrs O C Clay, Jr, and J P Holcombe, Clifton House, Niagara, C W. Sir:
Colonel Jewett has just handed us your note of this date, in which you state that further instructions from Washington will reach you by noon to-morrow, if there be no interruption. --One, or possibly both of us, may be obliged to leave the Falls to day, but will return in time to receive the communication which you promise to morrow. We remain, truly yours, &c, James P. Holcombe, C. C. Clay, Jr.
[the President willing to receive bearers of terms of Peace.] Exe