Gen. Paez's I! amaina Beijig Taken to Cari acas for ïïn ría I. New York, March 34. - The prepara rions for the remora! of the body of the Venozuelan mtriot, Gen. Pt-ez, from the armory of the Twelfth regiment, where it had been lying in suiue, ix?gan eany Saturday morniug. It was 11:15 o'clock, however, before the proeessii started f or the foot of East Twenty-sixth street, where tbe United States Frigate Pensacola was moored, and on rbicfa the body was to be conveyed to Venezuela. Large crowds lined the route of maroh. All the standards borne by the soldiers were heavily di-aj5ed with crape, and the six horses drawing the ïearse in which the casket rested had sable irappings and plumes. A large number of notable people followed the remains. The Pensacola raised her anchor soon after he coffin was placed on board, and sailed for jaguayra. She is expected to reach her desination in about ten days. The remaius wil] lien be taken to Carracas, where they will be nterrefl in tbe national pantheon.