Newspaper of The New York Herald, February 9, 1861, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated February 9, 1861 Page 1
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THE NEW YORK HERALD. . S ? , , ? , . ,.. ' WHOLE NO. 8919. * MORNING EDITION?SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9. 180L-TRIPI-E SHEET. PRICE TWO CENTS. LIST OF LETTERS rUmwing in the New York Poet Offloe Saturday, Feb. 9, 1861. Officially Published in the Newspaper Hafiig the Largest Circulation* INDIES' LIST. A Adriance Mrs Nancy Ambrose Mio H M Armstrong Auua Anderson Angelina Attw iod Mrs Dual T Andrews Mrs K F At well Mrs, Water st Andrews Mm M L Austin Mrs K Apple ton M i.i KutUJ Avery Mrs Mary U B Brookes Mary Bell Mr* Wm Boweu Margiret Brady Mnl-.lUabctU Rellour Mrs A utile Hrown Mis Kate P lljttaley Mr* P Held nilcnrietta?2 Brown Kmma Bradford Elizabeth Rernhatdt Mid Hrown Jane Bralnaid I.ucretia Bevani* Mary Hrown Mary E Bregu Mri u W Hrown Mm D C BluknellCharl.AteII Brown Funny Bishop Mrs Jennie Brown Mis K11 jall T Brlcn Mrs Hrown Sarah A B Brigs* Elizabeth Blower Mm, 1st at Hoardmati Mary Ann Hrougtiton Miss M Bobbs AIIcm fc. Hull Miss B Brodllk eal?'V huuell Mr* A Bodee Mrs M L ?unst?r Mra H B Barrett Mrs rintiire Hognrt Mr* Julia M Burr Marietta Barny Miss E Bohan Mary Burke Johanna Barry Ellen Boll Mtul * E Burke Mary Baaaeher Jennie Botou Catherine Burnes Mi* Martha Bates Mrt-, W42d st Boughton Mrs W L Butler Mrs ~ ' Hortkelu M'lle Mar- Butler Mm Margaret JUdeo Mariana* .Allison ?lr.? Jane Allen Ellen Allen Mra Wm E Baker Kl'ty BalmarMrs M Banster Lavluia A Blake Augusta Blake Hsltte Barber Elizabeth Barton Miss E?2 Barton Mits U Banett Mr> C H Beaton Sarah Beck Mrs 0 O Befeale Una Bell Mra Sarah H Bust in Mrs L.uclud? Bruen Mrs t'ulia Bvtou Mus L Cooney Bridget gusile Hourke Marv Bourko Bri.'.cet C Can pbell Lizzie Cloy Mra . Candler Mra Capt ClineMia,Hammond t 'looker Mm Uou B Samuel street Cooly Mary Ann Omnia Mary Cro"k?r Mrs Mary Chambers Eliza Croft Mrs I'urre Crane Mrs Henry A Oiffey Man Clara Mary Ant! Cohen Ml* Kose Carltou Esiella J Colleary Ami Carter Mra M M Colli n* (Catherine Carter Marts* ret Carpenter r?arah Cooper Mi* C Copp Mrs Nancy C Corcoran Margaret Coyley Mr* L> W Conner An:i Dortey Carvel Jean Cole Mrs Elizabeth Cross Mia Ann C Collins Mi> M Costello Mrs Martha < lia'rtlerJeannette VComen H -leu ' CotilaCoruelUA.un-2 Carty Mary Condet Jei.ny B Cowles Mrs Sarah C Carroll Ellen Coiily Catrln Closby Mrs Wm Caswell Mlaa, Madl- Connolly Mrs Jco Cuiuuiiugs Mrs A aison av ConelyMnCatherineCummltigs Carrie Case Mrs MaTvAnn Conner Mary Cunningham Allza Castre Bra W W Connors Laura W Cure Miss M A Ciutelton Delia Conell Mra, Thump- Curley Mra Patrick Curtis Mrs Sarah M Carrel Bridget Disbrow MrsStrah Dlsbrow Annie Dizey Elizabeth Be BloaalerreMadlle Dodge Mrs Mary E Wm st Douugliey Saraa Decker Mrs M II Donely Ml?ses Delmsge Margaret Donalds-m Misa A F Dentin Marv lionovon Elizabeth Denny Mrs C E Donohoc Margaret Desmond Mra Mary Douohoe Bridget ~ Dow Mrs John 1} Dugglu Mrs. 13th st _ Dutfv Bedell* Dickinson Miss fir- Duffe Miss Annie A BiS Diet* Mrs Mary E Direu Widow Cleary Teresa sou at Cressman Mra M J Couklin Eliza D Dacery Wlneford Davidson Agness Drake Mra Harriet Dean Mrs 8 A W De Latour Mis" Dalley Ann Daly Mr* James Bait Bra Daly Pary Dale Mra W F Dale Mrs Mary R Iialton Mra Aunle Damon Amanda M Devalue Clotilda ?S Dcvanx Jeanne tie Dawlton Mra Ml- Dickson Clara A chael David Mad Daria Blue Davis Rebecca J Davla Mra U M Drum Boso Uyl Mrs Hannah Dwyer Mrs Marg't Dyer Lizzie B Edmonaton Mary A Eklns MaUMa Edwards Mary Emerson Lizzie _ckle* Mr* Samuel Elliott Mlsa F C Em?ry Maggio Edey Mrs Emily Y Elliot) Mrs Marv A Erhar<l Eliza alon Miss srwiu Rebecca Edmund Bfnlly BUU Mrs E?2 " Evans Mrs FannleA F Fagan Rose Peneh Mrs O O Fisher Mrs M A Fagau Mary Flemmlng Mrs Hen-Fi?her Mrs F it JFarrand Mad'e E rleita Fitzgerald Mrs J Eayon Mad e En Freeman Mrs W A Fitzgerald .Mary Frey Josephine Fitch Mrs J B (Ann Field Mis l.eoreora Folgnett Leoute Fanny Flgiens Mary Jaue Forrekt Emma "" Hiki us Mrs, ttr>ad Ford Mary J'ranei* Mad'e Flikins Ftrrit Mrs Anne way Peeler Mary Louise O Graby Mrs Cathrln Oault Mrs II Qradey Mary Uay Mrs Ellen Ordain Miss 8 J Oajnor Hu.-an CirtEam Mr*, 3d atr Uregorr Miss E L (j ran fey Mrs MottIs POreen Vtances Qny Mrs C L Uibblus Elisabeth Gray Lucy Utlman Mrs Amy . Galugan Mrs Mary UiU MrslMl. Flynn Mrs Ann Orimth Mrs Kat.i E (irlswold Mra Wm W Goodwill Seren* A C?<>odwla Martan (Jo.4 Mrs T yole Flornnee Ooodwtn Mary Uordon Mm narah si.iiCh?r Koae Gardenrer Miss J M (lllogly Ann Oarrin Mrs Ullwen Mrs Anu dare* Margaret (irtllln Margaret Oasoa Mrs rtam'l M H Oilman Mr* M AnnleUourdler Emily Bale, Mrs Wm 0 Hnlnban Bsnora H*ll Mr* Annie lall Barali T Henly Mr* llenri<iue? Mrs Hermann Mr* Q-twvr Attilla tirosmw Mrs E S Ulorer Mis Holiban Jane Holmes Sarah C Ilolley Mr* Sarah Hall Mrs Martha L Uetzel Caroline HaU Mr* Frank 8 Blbbard Mr* F J| Haleey Mr* Mary Biggins Bridget - i| -- - ? -liiii " Hernandez Mra A MBolt Miss Hopkene* Rebecca Horton Mrs Kmma Hamilton MraLoutsatlui r.llza Howard Ellen t Howard Mary Anu H ulme Mrs Theber Hunt Mrs Mamuel V Hunter Mrs Joae phlne Haasilton Mrs ti E Hill Mary J Handlin Frank Hill Mrs Eliza Hanak Elizabeth' llillyer Mr* Virgil Uardon Louisa Hiackley lsalx'IU Hardy Mrs Mary Hlrley Mrs Ellen M Hunter Mra Emey Harrington Rose Hodge Mr* Emma Hunter Bell Harann Florence Hogliarsh Jannett Huntington Mra HatcbMraCoraVL?SHoffmau Charlott?3 DorotheA Hawksworth Ellen ^ lluabaud Louisa Inn man Mlsa M B Ioward Mdlle Anne J Jacob* Harriet Johnston Maggy Jones Mrs Henry Jeffrey Mary E Johnston Annie Jones Mrs Eliza James Mra Char- Johnson Catharine Jones Miss M K lot let?2 Johnston Mary 11 Jones Miss Msttle Jameson Mrs J A Jones Martha?2 Joyce Mary Johnaoq Maggy ^ Judge Mr* Margaret Kennedy Margaret Kent Mrs Johau% Kerr Mrs Isabella Klllane Mr* Ellen King Mrs Mary A King Margaret Kimball Mrs J E Kimball Mr* Kinsley Mra Msrta L Klrker Koaaanule it got Mrs,Wooa-Lawrenoe Mrs Mar Livingston Ellen tar st garet Spooner Livingston Mrs C F -? - Lindaay lane s Lockwjod Julia JUte Nellie Kauff Elizabeth Kaaey Hatne< Belly Mrs, ?h ar Kelly Mr* Joanna M Klllen Anna Kelly Bridget I4 l?ne Mr* Annie Lawrence Mra ft L?se Mrs Emellne Leaper Mrs Mtfgle Leant y Mr* John LojkwoodMraJohnM Laranoe Mary J ?arfee*( Mrs I: Larued Augusta Larkin Annie M Leave it Mrs Ueo W Louis Mrs, Urecn Lee Mrs A wlch at I^evison Mrs Maryll Lovell Madeline Lelaod Mrs I<owry Mrs i'hoa MrslIannahLutter Mra Frsnre* Lyman Mr* D B WKL Mrs John Leslie Mrs Kate L Lynea Maria jrmice Mrs, ship Leneauc Madl?ooarLyotia Charlotte A Lathrop M rsj atteeC Leland M Laulz Julia Leonard 1 lawe- Mrs E Leonard I lawlea* LawrrtK Herald-2 ' Lewes Fanny Xiawrance Mary Ann Lew rice Clary Lynea Mrs E T Lynch Catherine Mabriand Mra Eli* Mayer Mary ?beth Mead llanuah Baokay Mra AraetUt Melive Mrs O Magulre Rosa una MellUh Mr* Jfagnlre Mis* B Merchant Mrs M B Mmee Margaret Merk Mra ??honey Ann Eliza- Mertin Mary - Merkll Moare Mra Clara A Moore Mrs, tlreen st Morgan Elizabeth Morrlaon Anne Mott Mrs .1 Judson Mulllns Mary Mur)>hey Margret Murphey Margaret Murphey Julia Murpbey Mary Murphey Annev Murphey Mrs M?ry Isa Murrey Ann Myers Mrs Wsni' t Bain Mlna Mesaerve Mrs Ann Malone Ellralieth Miller Mra Irene Ifautersor Mary E Miner Mrs L C JKaudel- Mis* H Moffat Mrs Marlon Elizabeth Mougln Mrs Batbefpa Mrs Jno A belH Banret Mr* C JflUfcC BrAvoy Kllen Mct'oam Mrs Wm McOovrln Mra Brld MeAlleater Ella MeClureMrr AliceH get BeCafee Rnseanna Mct'rna*en Mary BeKlnleyMary Jana MeCartv Mra Earr MsDonsld Catherin McLaughlin Jane McCaraaa Eliza McDowell Mrs Jaa R McLaughlin Mra lleCune and lady MeOralh Mrs Maria Mary Ann Bra Sample McUovern Margaret McMaaua Mary MeOarth Margaret ^ Barforth KHza Newklrk Mlsa H Bamawer MrsEllza New Mrs (1C bath J Neway Carrie Baal Widow,Cherry Newell Mrs R it NaweU Mary Ann Jfcary Annie Nicholson Mra .1 L Mektnann Isabella Norria Elizabeth Norton Bridget N00nan Johana O'Bryau Mary II p'Hara Eliza O O'Keefe Ellen t nbom Mr* C Orerion Charlotte C Owens Hannah Parkard Mr* Hen Phanney Mrs, 4th at rhlnegln Mr*, E 32d lirfta Pelwortn Mary 0 Price Mrs Abby II Pfeine Mra Vary rendered Miss Prlchard Mrs Mary ? - - * * ? 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PMadMl>a,(irsndat Doolt Mrs Adeline Sweeney Mrs Rtoregll* Msd,Width Heynsour Mrs Hpenvll Kmtllne ?jr?ore Mr* Aan* story Mr* M 0 Mm Mad'le Lao Start Mra K _ Ctuwell Mra Mary A Rastth Hann <h IbiJH Jennie _ a John R to" OatWtaa Mra Ellen PKSw^HHH Mra E'lM Bra h M aaMrat'atlie- flmith Mr* Ann Smith Mr* Sarah Maggie L Smith Mflhr mBm A Smith Marietta J xlr, J Smith Mary A Mary?i Smith Frances u Mra Albert T Tmir Mary Ann Toner Mrs Ante TownsendMreBeesleThourenotMadriara Toy Mrs Catherine Trotter Mra Mary A Marv Ann Thorn* Su*tn Thnrstoti Llrzle Mra Melllda TfeompaonMaryAnn Trnesdell Mlsa A J y Mra W T y ? Un Rretton Mra J I sarabH ' Mary [ Mra John Stowe Arabella Snlllvan Marf Sullivan Msry Sullivan A delta SasarteMtaaAmerlca Sharadon Msry Shnart AIIda Stuart Agoaaa Sylvester Mr* r_J Thornton Mr* Jea .sla?t , Betiren MaHa Vonght Fanny ? VMriUMIIIiBi Aarella Wackeraut Mr* Jvo Welsh Ainuiasia sina Welc-r Mrs.VartbaA W utter Mrs II M Wellington A1i?k Wkl?h I.ll?? 2 Wwlou Mrs ."--aiith Walter Mm Amelia Westbrok Mrs K J WalterkMrsMoigaJxtW healer Mrs E B Walton Mary WbiUSutiib Milj T Wm. fiord Mrs Marl* Wilbur Ada WaidMias.DlviatounlWells Mr* Isabella Watkina Mattio J Wtill* .it- Eliza Waugli Mo hh/.a Williams Ml-* Wetx-rM rsFiederiek Wilson Mr., Robt B WeeksBllmJ Wilson l*i.bi< WeK u Mit K A ? Yates Sophia Z Zantzurger MUa, W 2uth st Wilson Mm U Wmil*Uclm<*r 4th a( WUk Mr* Eliza A White Delia A Whit* Mrs Wm Whitney Mlnnl* W'rleht Mr* Jane Wright Sarah Jane Wood Mils A G Wood Mrs Rata Woedwoeter Henri ?tta Wolcott Louise GENTLEMEN'S 1.1 ST. A. Ahem Pat'k Allen J.v< Aingemtelut'hrist'n Alien Ae on Algol- John Aloldridge J AWt r* Ii win Alger David B Aitken ? Abrahams Tbeo Abral ain Maiu'l Abln tt jA-ouiUa Anion K E Abbott >1?2 Abliott Edw'd M Adams Joslal A ilama Geo F Adam-. Jas A t o Allen Wm M Allen W II Allen Col H'y B Allen J H Akin G II Audru* David J Ancupo Victor Auitv. Geo C Anger Utuhcn N Aucarnue Mou* R Andrada Joseph Alidiews [lennla Andrews A Boyd Andersen 10 bl Adams A Wirndcr Anderson Wm Allen Lieut 1'' A D Haltlesen (ieo Blabon A Smith Baeniuea Phil Brail lord J sell?2 Bradford A If?2 Baglcy Jan M but kiw> F H B ack B r ltuU-oi k E J Brady Jaa Baird J as Bruntian J F Brunnan .las Bancroft 1 iios D Brainard Albert Andersou Andrew or Jm Andersou Q E Anderson Wm Andorsoa 11 y A Anderson Wm Araia Giuseppe Argle Thos Ascheubienncr H It Archer A W Avery John W Austin CaDt ? Austin J as L Aubert C J Arnold I) 1* Armstrong John Armstrong Jas Armstrong Frauds Brown Alfred D C Braunian Mlkolaji Brown, Wal bridgek Bus- Ban men J Boss?2 Beccrra E L Beach David Beeke Albei t L Hearre Ira Healea .las A (I lleckly Wilhelm Boers U W Iteeman J 0 Bregh G W Bcealey Joseph Reemsn N Bigelow I> Blat char a UlLl Belst# r Helnrich Co Bailiot A Ba'ys Ily Builiot Prof Bragg Alfred Balfe!* N lcolaua Baird EU Blakeabee E Baird Jobn Baldrey ('apt Saml Ballard B ? Ball Jonathan Blake John Blake (ieo S Blake 8 O Blake B S Blake Jobn II Baker Joseph C Baker 8 8 Baker ? Baker ('has C Baker A 1) Baker John A Bi ker k Brother Bell U W Bell John W Bel' k Goodloe Boardsley E Benjamin John E Bennett Brennen Bernard Benedict Lewla ? 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E Brewer I'r jan?2 Brett C S Berber John E Boyd Jas Boy ban Michl Boyle J C Boyd Jobn J Browning Geo F Breweiion Rev G D Bruce John Beivett chaa BevlerJ L Bennett John M Bennett Abel Jr Besehor Peter Bc'ts Peter H Brewster John Baker Capt Kehe Bertbel Geo Brewster W R Belts Capt T Brldgman Geo Briggnian Ily D Bice J Henry Briulinm llev J C Bill Jobn BUlieh Gl'irnnnl Blgelow M\ ron T Bid we 11 G L Brlghum A W ashing- Brick Jacob Blllups John R miah Bally Geo H Bailey fc M I Baldwin I) r Baikiey liKQ Barton B N?2J Barlow John Biisbtord II W Barden Willlanl F Barber Robt V Buj-coiii W illard K Bartlett tou A Barratt Alfred Barker A Train Barnard David Barber K A Barnes 8 8?2 Bany ,'obu Barry Micbl liattlet k Johnson Bockmann E A Bartlett Dr Buckley Jobn Bullock Rev D k J J Buiiktln* B Buck John B Bullock Hobart Muckingham tl Budd r D Buckler Thos Buckingham B F Budlong Ieaac Blum Robt Buchanan D liuell Ij C Bull Jas P llrundrett Hart B Burroughs, Allen k Butt Chaa Burk John Burcbard Wm C Burnfp Kdmund L Hint J & \ W k Co Burleigh Ily M Briggs .1 G A BImiujI By Bliss isaar D Bilnlty 1'utnam Bixby Sarul M Bogue F 8 Bock M Banour or Barrow Block E M Burroughs W m, Jr Burnham Jobn Brur.c Wm Q Bun J Utis Burns Anirew Bosch II Buttman Geo Brush 8 Bustin Chas A Burns Wm Burrows W ra Butler I'atrk Butler W 8 Burnett Robt llryon k Go Brown CsptAuiazlahBryan Levi Brown E D Bly k Mflhvn Boag John Bodeiihelrn II Boody Uon II II Bo *?n Wm Brooklns Wm H Both Wm Brown J U J E Bava Capt 1 arid BlssliUeld k West Bauiu Krltz Baxth Jas Bantr Jolm Branimdoif G E Blasdell Geo Li Br attE Brawl Frank V CaconCaptGinsenpe Casselman H B Callaghaa Eugene Ca?h Gustavus M Cbadw iek C B Crawford T R Cackett C M Clay don ? C!?ckrer Geo W Casey John Craig J Cash Gustaru* U Cablll Sill Cawley i-am'l Oahalan Fatr'k Catehy Sam'l R Clamiy Jas Caultield W A k Co Combes Frank Crane G C Chatelain Antoiue ConkUu Geo 8 Canne Louis Castello Dan Connolley Wm Cliamberlin J Hall Castillo Dan Commerford Jaa Crane Benj & Co Clank Frof Robt E Conowar Augustus Chambers Geo K CreseyWmJ Conroy Pairk Cleary Jas Common John Cleanaan Geo Constant Hy k Co Clemueutt'apUobnCtioley ? Bryan UrLll Collins C Collins Mason B Collins Chas Collins I'etf r K Collins Saml k Co Collin* J a* Conroy Chas Comstock A A Crane U A Cantiinr Michl Cairson Thos Cnu.e tieo CammoD 1'eter Campbell W in, Campbell Duncan B Creamer W O Chesley H'y Cheshire Adam L CanipbellDrNlcholaaCeasey C B Coomes Oliver Cooley Horace Cook 8 Uook John ('?>oper V E Campbell H'y Carey Bernard C'arr Joseph Carmana S B t'arrlngton J Can ('apt Il'v P Clai p )>ewitt"C Cariicr A 8 Cappel Frank Clapp Wm Carew J ?2 Clapper Phil Chapmari D C Chapman B F Chapln H'y L ("aapenier k Co Carter A Carter Pr ? Clark J * Clark k Bro?J Clark ('lias F Clark C Henrie Claik Lorenmr II Clark Chas G Clark Garrett W Clark T Clark Hugh Clark ffm CUrk A Clark ll'y L Clarke David Cwatal ? Caulfleld Danl Cas? Lyman W Caae, Kust k Bro Clay Dr R B Dalzel W H Dsnn k Carter Dairaeh James Damon George W Daney W O Daniorth M L Darragh John Darey Msthew Daniels Thomas Date W A Darli. Geo W ClifUn, Daris k ('o ('impcr Chas Ciprlanna Joseph (hooper A Scott Clinch II P Child* A Crinb.n Ihos Crinnin Timothy Chrlat W Codman Job n Cofreu Levi Cue I'aul B Croft Jas N Coe John A Co I Coojier J M k Co Corcoran John D Crosley Wm H c'nrnell K Douglass Cross John ('osgrove Michl Cr.iaby Oils E Corcoran Thos Cornell B L Cm Thos Crockett Capt Rich- Cousins Thoa ard?2 Coer Jas Coriiraii Saml Coffee Michl Cofren Levi Cobb Amos H Cohen A t:apen Cokelet Isaac 8 Coddington Jas Cole Isaac Cole Ira Colley Chss H Coleord Capt Colling Albert J Coiw ed E B Oolcord ('apt A D Corbett Mons C ('rouch E R Clow Dr R F Cos-an Jas A Cmnkhtte 0 Clougli k Richards Cotiinctt Wm A Co Cutler Paul Cumins Frof J M Cummtngn J MACo ('iirnmlngs H Cummlngs Col ? Cruise Bernard Cuyler Geo W Church Chaa S Currier John B Colton Franklin A Chun h L H Col well Jaa Cole Wm Colins Mast Frank Colgi-n Jas Colter Jaa Collftday Wm R D Demerest A Dekk?r Harm Clushett ? Curtln John Curtis Horace F Curtis, St-arl k Co Curtis Roth Curgei-r ? Cuppsldge Jm F Dodmla Thoa Dodd M B DeFe<lerloo de Ml- Donfer Edward roude Donirtguea Kraok DeRooolte Chaa Doane II DeBffiimcnoislIerietDonlln Michael Dellart llenry A Co Douglas Charles Del Buenntlno Capt Douglas John DeValle Ratmond Doohlrg Riehd Delgado Maeuel E Domnlng Stephen F DelTaelon?2 Dat Is James k Co DeBehren* Wm Dredger Jobn M Dreyer Chas ? Dm Is k Col Darl* Geo E Davis, Clark ACn?1 Dewey I>r B J Darts Col N A?2 ~ Davis < baric* F Doyel (ieo Dougherty John Dougherty k Co ?Dowlev Levi A?1 liowlev Doty Je oho E De St Mara RerA L Down A Merrefleld Deven Walter Dowse W L DarlsB J'exler B F Dordin Monslere Davis Dorrauce Deverutt Nicholas D<slge Jeremiah 0 Davis David Dcrln John Durr Joseph Day A Co Dickinson Kdwd W Dunhar, DIcklnsonA Dayton W 11 IXekson Charles Co I lav ion C W'-S Dick-on Simon Dinamnh I W I)a^ idson ALa/arus Dillon John Henry Dabra Lewla Darleon A BuMIe Dickei sou G T Dudley M M Dazaa at Billing*' Dixon Win F f ' store Teane B J lieaborn W L Dealey J S Dewan Michael Deroreat Benj L Deegan Mk hael Delsmaire Chas Dlx Jobn Roe* Dlnsmore J P Dtnett Tbomas Dlejsild Joseph Drlnkwaler A L Drirer Henry Doggett W m H l>om?? Thomas liellalre Charles?2 Eobblns Joseph Denny Mr?2 Denalow Chaa E Derrick* James Denison A Smith Edwards Joseph F.ber Geo Eddy llenrr W Edwin M B Kscrett Michael Edgar Dr Eaton John A Eatloif Isaac Eastlrlek E P Eastman H T Faucher3 B Fali^hlMLA (5 Farman II B Facnon IJnde Fallow Frier Francis Joseph II Frank Mn*et Ihtllsy l<eon Donald P 8 Dndson Geo K Esger William Ebmendorf DunbarCapt Bennett Duffle Wm Dnnean K H Dunn CAM Dunn Joseph Dumytu O Dunbar Chas B Dugitale R L Dutton Wm Dnyer Wm Dutberry Chat Derack Walter Dryer Chas M Drury Samuel Emmons Henry. Endlmlller Sebastln EgghurtABoaghlan P.timaewelle PHD Eners?nt Mr Elliott France* R Eley Bldon Eleir Joseph M Endleot Capt R H Bngleheart 8 H Emcrent Mariana F Freeman J L Federlelne J J Fellow* J B ? Epatlne Samuel hvsnsjohn It Esllman Alexander tnoch Hymaa stley Joseph Bmmons Henry L Fltrpalrlck Terence iFltifiatrick John Fiiedenberg Henry Femaade* Fraipie- Foley James lino D Fesgan George Feawlck Peter A Franklin, larcher Ferris A Taber A I towels Fennell Edward FrankenbergerSan- Flerrl G A Fonda I .easing J Ford H J Fond W D Foot John Forsier Robt Fox G V Fox Geo Foster Charles M Foster Horatio Foster W L Fouton Mr Porbush K B Flood Thomas fl ? fori French Donell Ftanbr PatHck French Thos E Flanders (ieo B French BO Flanders John French Wm Fareu ChsHea B Fiench Jsme* Fares Thomss French Henry Farwrll, P*ul k Co Ferris Mareni Famsworth B B FiI ssiiaa P < Farmer John D Fream J Famum G B Fl*h?-r BlB Fareo thomaa Flsher WlUls J _l Famham llorare P Frtderfcurg k Wolf Flynn Joseph Farley San ard Files R J?J . _ Fiimem J W Farf Mr Flnlgii M1cb*e? Ferguson Henry C Finch Edward Ferguson .Ismae Klnlgan George Ferguson Bslley N FUler Frank C Ferguson James A F>ld Augustus Ferguson ueorge Fisher (jlls Freeman I'eIter FIsAe H B Prothlagham C A Co Frost Mean Frost Theodore Flynn John W Fryer Andrew Ksrgusoa W Fuller W.I Fuller Chss B Furgiiton Adam Klynn Ferry ? (Joinsforth James (liflbrsllh TM (lamsge Samuel Ghent L Gardner M Gardner M Gsrtish J Jun Gaertsh fir Garrett Geo W (Is met I Geo II Oanlck V Green Hteahen 0 Gregelry llyrsm (I Grenns Dommlck (lergaud Felix George James Gerber Aueiifta George k J< nkln* (lenier Peter Gemrnel John Gerty Christopher Graham Wm Glle*, Henry k C? Grimm Fraad* Glllelt A B Godfry Wm Godley Philip Grot) J aci>b Gtnlsoe Benj F Gold ring H W Golluher l^mla, GomerA Mill? Gollmer W m u Galhlli Peter (ir*h?m.lon Oimtl A tiail Sam P Garland rat Gladwin Ua > Garton Joseph Geiger Andr Gairabant John Gh-aaon Ma UiniD I'at Gleaaon V Garrison Morgan Gidney J R Garrison Geo W OI1IU James 11 Game Knah Oil.ba ??eorge Gay m i Hugh Uttib?il?bD tlav ,u Henry T CaulicrLrou . OuThean FdwThoe Gibson James Gate* < Jar-tin Ga? lard \S iltlam Gillie Geo M Cwri Henry A Gray O B Gray ltobt Grsy rat Green Oharies F Green V C Grv^uty fcliaa llatsFL A Co llaasra John llals ted Jacob K ltalsud A Hro Hageimsn S M llaight W m II llHfariy 1'eier lla'i A Co Hon K ibt Good* la Juiaea ru li'iodiii* Ur G'Ki^b James Gover Wm Glover Jas B A Co Gould A KHiott Gould S 8--I Gotleh 11 E Groaakopf Michael GirldensklvalenUtw Gouskl M GilTord W1K Oamrany H A Gulick 0 P Guild li A GuunuoD A S'ewart Gunn Lewis 0 Grurs.<n A Kocleun Oruaow.) uliua Guyer Jamee Goennird I J Gayer Jamee?2 urliiii. 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Ciixker Hoey Henry Hall J-wigbt A Wll't t Holt Able Hamilton h C Hcavei-hill Kan-hall Hollldav Joseph Hamilton tB M Hopklni Yh?a A Ham-on '1 Heard BR Haian A Mro Hamlin Cyrus, DD lleiw John P Hopkins Lewis E Hanmer J A llendcigun fct- pheu Ho?erslnJo*D llama llmrthy *" ?l-" llanlcy Jol.n II Harrlsen H Haiti a Wm Harris Samuel L Heiri* \t m B Harrta A Bro llarrifpn i; puree Harrison J T Harrison W H Harrlaon 'ilio* II Hart Domiolek Halt Aleiai dcT llart Henry Hart ?in A llart Wm Halt .?<hn Harnfbyt'?3 Haakina 1'rlah D Hopkina Gilbert Houjihlou Thotuat Houghton John P Hoyt Samuel How Hi-un W lloueh W II Harvey, Keltli A Co Hermann T Harvey CW ortlhaa lleylln Jeaiah H Ilcnwood TUomaa llentt H L Hemy lamcl Henry t'haa Henry Chas D Heneay Paulck Heuahon John C ..???_ .. .. 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Editor New York Medical A Surgical Journal Ameiiean Bnamsl Cn Owners Shin Wlllfleet Manhattan India Rubber Co Editor New York Dutchman National Quarterly Review Umpire Hewing Machine Co Editor Herald A Era Amer Oonaarvatlve Review Librarian of the Olhbon* LI brary Paok Feng?2 I'srncon Soup Co New York A Western States Line New York Oil Co ptiMtsker'i Child at Rotng President Washington Inst Editor Putnam * Magaxlne Hsrtford MatiufactuHng Co Agent National Oil A Pertllf xltig Co Foundry Fnrntshiag Depot Pnhlisher* Amer'n Monthly Jewish Chronicle WILLIAM B. TAYLOR, Postmaster MLIfAKT. ? ANTED?A KATIORAL OHAlJh I7NIFORM. FOR lierson at>out A feet Hi, Inches in height. Pleas ? addre B. H?n, Herald oflice. OUR NATIONAL TROUBLES. The Latest Aspect of the Ques tion of the Day. Th? Trip of (he Steam Frigate Brooklyn to Florida. WILL FORT SUMTER BR TAKEN 1 The Correspondence Between Col. Hayne and the President. Departure of Col. Hayne and Lieut. Hall for Charleston. Surrender of the Peusarola Navy Yard and the Cutter Lewi* Ca&s Letters from Lieutenants Renshaw and Lawrence. Organization of the Moutliern Con federacy CongroDM. PROCEEDING OF THE PE4CE CONFERENCE SUGGESTIONS TO THE HERALD. CONDITION OF THINGS AT THE SOUTH. Names of Army) Naval and Civil Officers who Have Resigned) kli| fcc*t t4f THE SURRENDER OK THE CUTTER LEWIS CASS. TO THE FDtTOIt OF TUB ITERAI.P. Moiuu:, Ala., Jan. 31,1861. The United State* revenue cutter l<ewia Cass, attached to this Elation, ban this day boon turned over to the State of Alabama by her Captain, J amen J Morrison, of Georgia. All of the lieutenants bare concluded to leave her and stand by the federal government. 1 ihall not givo Up the old ship of State, "Union," as long as a plunk of her re mains afloat, but stand by her firm a?> long as the Hag of ' tny country waves from the Capl.ol at Washington. x The lieutenant* on this vessel are a* follows.? First Lieutenant, Anson S. Kjgers, of Ooanccticut. Kecou t Lieutenant, Thomas U. Lawrence, of New York city. Third Lieutenant,CharU-aF. Shoemaker,of New Mexico. I am. very rippcctfully, your obedient s irvant, THUS H. LAWRENCE. THE SURRENDER OF THE PENSACOLA NAVY YARD. TO THE F.DITO* OF THK HERALD. I'KNSAroi.A N'jivy Y*w?, Jan 29, 1S81. I have seen in your paper of the 23d Inst, a statement, wbich justice to nivsalf ax well oh the naval servico of the United States, of which Iliad the honor of serving for thirty thiee years, requires me promptly to request you to correct. The statement referred to, recited that tho Navy De jmrtinent had received the resignation of Commander Farrsnd, who was attached to the Tensacola Navy Yard, and who was among those wbo In the name of " Florida '' demanded Its Mirrerder, anl also that of Lieutenant R-ii i rbaw, who gave the orders to haul down the ting of the Union. 1 submit the following true record of the proceedings which attended and mulled in the surrender of this Navy Yard to the authorities of the .-tale of Florida, mid I rely upon your Sense of ntrht to Uo me justice by its publication in your columns. On the 12th instant Fhg Officer Armslrcng, then Com nirnduut of the station, was informed that a commission .ippninted by the <i'overnor or Florida, with i regiment of armed men, were at the Navy Ya-d gale, demanding the surrender of the place. Flag officer Arm strong directed Commander Farrand, the execntive officer at the yard, to conduct the commissioners to his office. The i ommiKsioners came accordingly, escorted by Commander Far rand. Colonell' he command ing officer of the forces on the expi ion, with his stall, were then sent for and conducted to the Mag officer's office by Commander Fur rand, to meet the Commissioners, when they presented their credentials to Flag Officer Arm strong, informing him tb.it thev had already taken pon sosiou of the magazine, situated about a third of a mile distant from thejard, and demandod the Immediate surrender of tbo Navy Yard and Ike publit property williln. The veteran Commodore declared with dorp emotion that although ho had Served under the flag of the Umt?d States, la sunshine and in storm, fer liflv years, loving and charishug it as he did hi* boart's blood, be would strike it now together with the blue pendaut, the msltnia o< his present command, rather than fire a gun, or raise Lis sword against his country* men, especially In circumstances like the prtaent, when be was without means of defending his p>*ition, and w hen an attempt to do so would result iu a useless loss of life nod destruction of property He accordingly order ed the executive officer, Commander Farrand, to causa the flag of the I nited States, aud the blue penlant,to be hauled down; tbc order was passed, In accordance with usage In the naval service, to the senior lleuterat (myself), under whose directions the time honored Hags were hauled down The descent was witnessed by mne in wboae heart the regret and grief at thi fate of our long beloved I'tiion were more deeply felt than in mine. 1 now became a prisoner, on parole, and remained so for seve. rat days, wh< n I naigtied ray commission in the United Plate* Navy, which 1 have held ss a lieutenant lor twenty year? ai d tendered my services t'? Hie ?>ve re gn State'of Florida, with wlio->e destiny, whether it be bright or adverse, I am fully identified. 1 am, vory rckpectl'ullv, vour < betiusil servant, ? B RENS1UW. Lste Lieutenant United i*tates Navy. NORTH CAROLINA. OCB HAI.EIun COHftKSI'ONPENCE. KnKi'.ii. X C., Feb. 4, 1M1. /V'>ei?'ofi* of 'A* Slav ?7V S'<yntvm Morrmenl, <fc. The operation of the stay law just passed by the Senate will be aa follow* ?Ail suits on notes. Ac , now h> county courts, to be transferred to superior curt*, going to the aeoood term, then to plead. All sulta on notes, toe., here after to be brought only tn the superior courts, going until second term to plead. Tim effect of the law will be to postpone collection for eighteen months Aa regards secession. we will do nothing unlsas driven | to It. though parte of the Mate are much excited. When j the Washington farce is played out wo may he able to see | our w.iy more cloarly. Many are afraid that aome mise rable catch of a compromise will lis patched up there and aeot to Congress to aftbrd excuse for further delay. WIIAT WAS THOUOHT OF UNION IN 17811. i to Tns zmtob or thk herald. I find la the New Haven OtfUn, of date of April 90, ! 17M, the following pasesge, which has some application to the question now agitating the country:? I grant that In the artlclea of confederation It Is de clared that the Union shall be perpetual. But these are words, of course, in all treatiea, and nerer regarded when Inconalatent with the intereata of the eontracting parties. I hare shown In my second number what la the nature of our political union, and remarked that It exista only in theory. The dissolution of that L'nlon la only the annihilation of an Ideal system, which having no real existence, lis destruction cannot he oonaldered In the light ol a political murder Ho much for Oonneotlcut in 17M la the ansae w Iter's second natmber (to which be tfbove refers), of date February 23, he says:? It is not a Union of sentiment, ft la not a Colon of into reel; It la not a Union to he seen or fait, or In any man?er perceived, but It Is a political Union. Another writer In the aame paper, of date May It, 17M, aaya a* follows:? ir an Union could not be formed until we were driven to It by external oppression and tyranny, Is It.likely that such sn Union will bold when that pressure la removed' Will not the principles of Internal repulakm again operator and if they do. what force will counteraat the my New Fi.gltnd, both before and after Uie a?loptlon of the conattuition, always asserted the right of secession t'srhat* the flrat rebellion was Shay's, In Usasachuaetts New England has produced more trouble and loss profit to the general goveianient, to say nothing of the erlls I upet Induced by ner hypocritical religious proclivities than at v other section of the country. A SUBSCRIBER WILL FORT SUMTER BE ATTACKED? The Mouth turollnn CommiHloarr'i Re turn to Charleston?The Great Wattr linttery Oeslgiird to be I'wd In the Kn Mini It on Fort Hunttir?Historical Ani lyita, &e. Mo learn from our W;ishinKton corres|H>ndoneeof Hiiim diy that Colonel llayne, the South Carolin? Commis sioner to Washington to negotiate the surrender of Fort Sumter to the receded republic, has failed iu attaining the objert of his mission, and hM returned homo. Hm utooted question, then, recurs, will Fort Sumter be at tacked tiv the South Carolina forces? We Will add to thia query: \\ :J| it par South Carolina to attack HF We con fetti hat at first we were inclined to the opinion that Willi it small garrison Fort Sumter could not held ??t long ngalnM to large a numerical force as South Cai sllna | 1i.ii- at her disposal, who would be aided In their assaults by tin' iHt'd woi ks. lietermtned, however, to learo the pea bululi'li h in the case, we have carefully con lined Our selves to historical analysed of naval and Ian t warfhra on which they should tie based. In the first place, U is urged liy u mpetart military authority that the work* at Fort Moultrie, Sullivan's I*', and, Cummlng's Point, Morris Island and Kort Johnson, now in the hands of the ,"u<ith Carolinians, are too remote from Fort Sumter ta be ctioctunl to breuch the latter work in order to facili tate assault l>y water. If Fort Sumter be intact against any considerable injury from the laud works of the South Carolinians, the only alternative left them is to carry the work by aa aa gault hy water. For this purpose, we leara that the Heath i Carolinians are preparing an immense and novel floating water battery, which is thus minutely described:?It aea ?siste of a huge platform of pine beams about fourtaan indies square, powerfully framed and bolted together, act ndajrted to llont upon the water. At one end thHfc planks of tie same material and similarly fastened, stretch upwaids and onwards for about twenty feet, at au angle of perla]* seventy decrees, met at the top bf ? sharper and shorter one, from the summit of which ? bomb proof roof will slope to the rear of the platftxw, joining another short projecting angle enclosing the bat* tery on that <|uarter. Tlia taller end, fuood exteriorly with throa or fotar thick nessca of railroad Iron, and provided on the Inside with a lining of sand bogs or cotton bales, is intended far the receipt of four cannon, forty-two-pounders, pra tending from orifices cut for that purpoae. At the best this new war machine le but an experiment, and If brought within tango of the guns of Fort Sumter may tie rudely tested. It is the opinion of many military men that if Fort S< niter bo bombarded by the South Carolinians with a view to breach its walls or toduce its garrison, prior ta a water assault and close attack, 0]>cn their fire from the land works, it is in the power of Major Anderson, with himself and garrison under the cover of boofc proof casemates, to reduce all the works opposed to bias nitiaiuwi, within a iieriod of ten hours from the time ha tiros his llrct gun, and drive every South Carolinian, a* 1 killed or wounded, out of harm's way, and all this wrth | out losing a man. There In an old French military maxim that "a gun oa shore is worth a ship afloat,'' Tor the truth of which we ulwa\s allowed a wide margin-, but from recent researches in naval and military history, the rexult of whioh we subjuiu, wo are inclined to adopt the sentiment of thai tiiuim,and in the belief that Fort Blunter, if at tack?J, will prove an ugly and profcaMy iiupregiublacitstotner to the South Cnroliuiao*. Head what history says In 1792 a considerable French squadron attacked Cagliarl, where the fortifications were at that time a* <M apidated ami weak as scarcely to deserve the mm of defences. Nevertheless the French lleet, after a bom bardment of tlirce days, was moat signally defeated and obliged to retire. lu 17P4 two British ships, the Fortitude, of seventy four, tui'I the Juno, frigate, of thirty-twoguns, attacks* ? small town in the bay of Martclio, Corsica, which was armed with one guu en barbette, ana a garrison of thirty men. After a bombardment of two and a half hsorn these ships were forced to h'tul off, with considerable damage ai d |ot>s of life. The Martclio tower had receivod uo lujury, and its garrison were unharmed. There were one hundred and six guns nftoat against one on shore; sad yet the latter was sucoessfuL In 1797 Nelson attacked the little inefficient batter lea of Santa Cru?., in Tenerifle, with eight vessels, carrying four hundred guns. But, notwithstanding hi* groat su periority In numbers, skill and bravery, he wa? repelled with thoMb of two hundred and fifty men, while lb* garrison received little or no damage. A single ball front the land battery striking the side of one of his vessel*, Instantly sunk her, with near a hundred seamen and tau rines. lu 17J>8 a Frcecb flotilla of fifty two brigs and gun boats, manned with near seven thousand men, attacked a little English redoubt on th>- island of Mar con, which was armed with two thirty two-pounders, two six pound rri. four four-poiindera and two carroiutdee, and garri soned with two humlred and fifty men Notwithstanding this great disparity of numbers, the little redoubt sunk seven of the enemy's brigs ami gunboats, captured an other and forced the remainder to retreat with great low; wlille the garrison hal but ono man killed and throe wounded. In 1601 the French, with three frigates and six thou sand men, attacked tlic poorly constructed works of Por to Ferralro, whose defensive force was a motley garriro* of fifteen hundred Con-iran*, Tuscan* and English. Here the attacking force was four times aa great aa that af the garrison Nevertheless, they were unsuccess ful, after several bombardments aud a siege of Are months. In July of the same year, 1101, Admiral Haumares, with an English fleet of six chips of the lino and tire smaller vessels, carrying in all live hundred and tea guns, attacked the Spanish and Frsneh defences of Afga siras Supposing the Hosting forces of the contending parties to be <'|ual, gun for gun?which is certain ly a very fair estimate for the attacking force, considering the circumstance* of the case? we have a Fiench land battery of only twelve guns op posed by an English floating force of one hundred and ninety six guns. Notwithstanding this inequality of i early seventeen to one, the little battery compelled the superior naval forco to retreat with great loss. Shortly after this tho French and Spanish fleets at tacked the same Englub squadron with a foroe of nearly three to one, but met with a most signal defeat; whereaa with a land battery of only one to seventeen the saose party bad been victorious. What proof can be mere de cisive oi the superiority of guns on shore above theao afloat? In 1*00 the Fnglish garrison of Diamond Rock, near Port T.oyal bay, with'inly one hundred mon and some flfteew gniis, repelled a French squadron of two seventy four ran .?hips, n frigate and a brig, assisted by a land attack at two hundred troope. There was not a single man killed In the redoubt, while the French lost fitly meo. Tha place was afterwards reduced by famlss. In lWH a French battery en Capo Licoat, of only two guns and a garrison of twenty-five men, resisted the at tacks of a British eighty gun ship and two frigates. Ths carriage of one of the land guns failed pn the second shot, to that. In fact, only one of them was available during the action. Here was a single pieoe ef ordinance and a garrison of twenty five men opposed to a naval force of over one hundred and fifty guns and about thirteen hundred men. And what effects were produced by this strange com half The attacking force lost thirty - eevon'men killed and wounded, the elgnty-gun ship wan much disabled, while the fort and garrison escaped en tirely unharmed I What could not be effected by faroe was afterwards obtained by ntgotlation. In 1806 a French land battery, of only three guns, osar Fort Trinidad, drove off an English sevonty fosr gun snip and a bomb vessel. In 1813 IiSghorn, whose defences were or a very medi ocre character, and whose garrison at that time was ex ceedingly weak, was attacked by an English sq|uadroai sC six ships, carrying over thro.' hundred MM sM ntMg force of onn thousand troops. The whole attempt was a ^Uisnow examlBO the several British naval>?"?*? on our own forts .n the wars of the Revolution ondJlM._ In 1778 sir Pot" l'wker, with a British Moet at nine vessels, carrytag two hundred aod sevsntf MM, attacked Fort Moultrie, in Charleston harbor, whioh was then armed with only twenty -si* gnno and garrison ed by oaly thr>-e hundred and seventy-five regular trooya and s few militia. In this contest tho BrHWi were en tirely defeated, and lost, in killed and wounded, two hun dred and n?-e men, while the whole two hundred and seventy guns killed and wounded only thirty two SMO m the fort, of this trial of strOngth, which was certainly n fair one, Cooper, in his naval history, says:?1"It goes fully to prove the important military position that shlaa cannot withstand forts, when the latter are uiupiHlj armed, constructed and sarrtsoned. General Moultrie says only thirty-two rounds from Mm battery wars trod, sad wss of opinion that the want of powder atoae pnvaaSsd the Americans from destroy tag the men-of-war." In 1814 a British fleet of four vessels, carrying siaety two guns, attacked Fort Bayer, a small redoeht tssaWaS Mobile Point, at tho mouth of Mobile Bar. 1w was garrisoned by only one hundred and twenty sssn. officers Included, and Its armament was hst twenty Mall pieces of cannon, some of which wwe alineet enweiy useless, and most of them poorly mounted. Is battsrteo hastily thrown up and U?e gunners uncovered from the knee upwards," wblls tbe enemy s land roroe, sctlng In eonoert with the ships, raamilsil of twaoty artillerists, with a battery of two guns and ssvsn kun to the British military sad naval slightest apprehension ''?*' ninety two guns, sad s land fcree somewhat esoesawg seven hundred towlMi, could fail ia reducisg a stnsl