12 JANUARY 1839, Page 2

The body of " Sympathizers " and " Patriots," whose

incursion from Detroit into Upper Canada was mentioned -last week, were speedily defeated and dispersed by a very inferior force of Militia of the province. It is said that the aggressors mustered between 200 and 300 men ; of whom only 35 or 40 escaped by flight, the re- mainder being "shot down." The action took place near Wind-

• sor; where the routed band had previously burnt some buildings and a small steam-boat. Not a single Canadian joined the marau- ders on the British territory. " BILL JOHNSON" has been recap- tured by an American officer ; and THELLER, who escaped from Quebec, is also in custody, on a charge of setting on foot a military expredition against Canada within the United States.