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e wishes, were spontaneous and unanimous, I did not he a to welcome them, more attentive to honor than to convenience of my people. The inhabitants of St. Domingo have seen their wishes realized. The elements of riches which their fertile soil contains begin to be developed in the bosom of profound peace, and the zeal as well as the justice of my Government and of the authorities will efface the traces of post discord. The Markets.[from the London Daily news, (city article,) Nov. 14th.]] London Money Market.--The funds yesterday sustained a further decision of one-sixteenth per cent. English Railway sticks showed daftness. There was a good demand for money in Lo bard street, and the rates were rather stiffer, at 2 5/8 a ¾ per cent for the best hills. At the Bank of England a far amount of business was done. Console for money, 93 190;; for account, 92 3/8 a ½ new threes, Ȃ Console firm at 927.16. Shares steady and inactive. Canadian and American qui
imperfect accounts of the attack upon a Federal regiment, quartered in the town of Guyandotte, Va., including the mendacious statement circulated through the Northern newspapers; but nothing so full or interesting as the subjoined narrative, written for this paper by one who participated in the fight, has yet appeared in print. The prisoners captured by our troops on that eventful night arrived in Richmond some days ago. Hd'qrs Cavalry of Army of Kanawha, Camp near Logan C. H. Va., Nov. 14. Editors of Dispatch: A portion of the 5th and 8th Regiments of Virginia Cavalry, under the command of Col. John W. Clarkson, Lieutenant-Colonel A. G. Jenkins, and Major H. Frizaugn, left the headquarters of Gen. Floyd at Camp Dickinson, in Fayette county, on Nov. 4th, with instructions to strike the enemy a brow on the Ohio river, and to give protection to the royal citizens in the vicinity of their march. I pass over the incident of a most re ious and exposed march, without tents or