- An arrival from '.. vs lip to i ie I3th uit. Ã¯ho B had ;i fight about the -v in wliicli tlie Indians . .. id tbe balance retired to the rere nolndians in the neighlood ol Campeachy, Sisal or Minda, but ll the small tmviis in the interior were either lestroyed by the latter or had been vacated by zthe whites. L Two counterÃ'eit bilis of the denominaaion of $2, purporting to have been issued by ihe Bank of Lebanon N. H., are in circulaiion. They are of the Perkins stereotype pÃate, signed J. H. Hendrick, Cashiur, and R. Kimball, President. The paper Ãs thin and the execution vcry bad. Ton dollar counterfeit bilis on the Biddeford Bank, at Biddeford, Maine. have made their appearance in Boston. They are well executed and very liable to deceive. EP' Mr. John Van Buren gave notice at the ratification meeting1 at Utica, that the nomÃ¯nation of his fut lier fur the Presidency would compel liim to retire from the field of puuLc efiort.