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of Brazil for an unintentional wrong, the members of this Chamber of Commerce will subordinate all other feelings to an honorable acquiescence in so just a purpose. "The report is signed by A. A. Low Alexander W. Bradford, John C. Green, Denning Duer, M. H. Grinnell, C. H. Marshall and John Austin Stevens, Jr." At the close of the reading there was loud applause. It was moved that a copy of the report be sent to each of the signers of the Bahia communication. Denning Duer objecDenning Duer objected. He thought the Chamber should take no further notice of the factors of British pirates.--[Applause.] Other gentlemen thought a reply was due, but the Chamber decided not to send copies to Bahia. Miscellaneous. Major Douglas Frazar, of the Thirteenth New York cavalry, who was in command of the scouting detachment to which the soldier belonged who shot the guerrilla Mosby, near Middleburg, Virginia, on the 21st of November, has made a report. At the time Major Frazar did not know t