Poughkeepsie journal Poughkeepsie Aug 19 1812
l& p o vgukeepsie j o vn,v.iL VF.DNtSDT, Avdvkt 19. ' wmj a the It th6 iz. ere)' 74 tt i vim j per. ARMIS'UCR. On Saturday last anhed in this citv C6l. Haine, Adjt. General of the British i - lorces in uowcr anaoa, accompaniea oy Maj, Clark, Ald - le - camp to Gen Pet - 1 and tit, commanding the American t loops on j the Canada line. Immediately on his ar - 1 ly lival he was introduced to General Dear - lions - , athi8hcud - quaitcrs,atGiecnbush, with whom, andv his excellency Govern - and or iompKins,wearoiniormcn,he remain - ed closelted till a late hourReport says: lie came to communicate to the commander commander in Chief f (he American aimy, official official information ofthe repeal of the Orders in Council, and that instructions had been sent out by the Biitish government to Mr. Foster to open ucgoci itions with our goy - crnment oil all the points in difference between the two nations ; but tint in con sequence of Ml. Fostci's having with - diawn finmthe United States, the Governor Governor General of Canada, proposed, tin armistice armistice or suspension of arms, until the answer of the Atneiican government could be obtained to the qvertures which would be made to it on the pait of the British court, What has be'en the result ofthe confcicncc, between Gen. Deal born and Coh Baine we have not bten able to learn though we, are led to believe, as the to in tho of patriotic to to most pi obaole, that a partial armistice and lor a short penod.has Ueen concluded on. Anotheneport says : That Col. Baine w as in possession of the insti uclions sent for Mr Foster ; and that he 9ame to this city, with intention to proceed to the scat Ot government - out mat pel mission iu that effect could not be obtained fiom Central Dearborn. ; to , Col. Ii.iine.ltft town yesterday. on his return to - Canada. Alb.'Oaz. by The armistice or suspension of arpis, mentioned in ourlust. as suiiDosed to have been concluded between Gen. Dearbobn w ?nd Adjutant Gen.' Baine, of the Brit - ibn arinv. ia now connrincu us uunuiun how ever, w e have not learned, no r its ex - tent ; butas it has been negociated with i.l !,. f'...,.,J. I - fu1rr.l, ....n.;.c iu,u.u.uu v.u. . - .. ......, 'of tbcUmted States in person, vvere led i to bejiev c it embi aces a pretty large range - ' probably the whole northern and - wcslei n tuAHi;.. .ul.U KA . !ftn nAhani - t , .u. ... ..F...... .u.,,w. - I th.it n.irt im ,irli,! hv r.pn. Hull. to.