We mentioneda few days sinco, that a duel was to have taken place on the Gih inst., opposite Prei"cetÃ¼n, Miss. belvveen Judge Teney and Mr. Rowley,both of Louisiana: weap. ons rifles, distance thirty steps. It took place accordiog to arrangement,and Judge Teney was killed at the first fire. The parties, says the Louisville Journal, stood back to back. Discovering his error, he wa3 in the act of resuming his position when ihe word was given, and ho received his adversary's death shot in bis back.