oir was formed.
They sung the Marseillaise as I never heard it before; and they sung other admirable pieces, among them the Italian National Hymn, the Zou-Zou's, and the Star Spangled Banner.
Such a concert would create a sensation and hold an audience anywhere."
Jahazal Sherman, Prince Edward's Island; Alex. V. Lyons, of Virginia, Cyprus; Amasa Mason, of N. Y., Guayaquil; James H. Coulter, of Ohio, Montevideo; W. C. Buchanan, of Pennsylvania, Guatemala; Thomas C. Miller, of Michigan, St. Marc, Hayti — salary $1,500, with privilege of trade.
The Consulate was created under the new act. Alex'r. Thompson, of New York, has been appointed Marshal to the Constantinople Consulate, and John G. Willoughby, United States Consul to Swatow.
Failures and suspensions.
The Boston Commercial Bulletin's list of business changes in the United States gives seven failures and suspensions in Boston, five in New York, four in Philadelphia, and 25 in other places —
The Clark was struck once or twice, I believe, by fragments of shells, but sustained no material damage, and this morning in charge of a pilot, stood on up the bay towards Baltimore.
From Gen. Banks's division. Darnestown, Oct. 12.
--A general court-martial for this division has just been instituted.
It is composed as follows: Major Atterbury, of the 9th New York, President; Lt Van Beren. New York 9th; Capt. Kinsler, Pennsylvania 24th; Lieut. Magnigan, do.; Captain Savage, Massachusetts 2d; Lieut. Blown, do.; Captain Gould, New York 28th; Captain Prescott, New York 9th. Captain Charles H. T. Collies, Judge Advocate.
On the evening of the 9th one of the sentinels of the New York Thirty-fourth discovered a boat containing six men coming into the mouth of the Seneca river.
Concealing himself, he allowed the boat to reach the canal aqueduct, when he challenged them.
Instead of answering the challenge, the leader said to the others, "Boys, by G — d they