24 JULY 1869, Page 2

President Grant is quite determined that American citizens shall lend

no aid to the Cuban insurgents. Their friends in New York were warned that they must suspend their preparations for an expedition, and as they did not obey their vessels were seized, and a strong force of marines marched on the place where their men, 250 in number, were collected. They yielded without a struggle, and it is believed that the Cuban Committee of New York will make no further effort.