Newspaper of The New York Herald, November 26, 1861, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated November 26, 1861 Page 1
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THE NEW YORK HERALD. VTIOLB NO. 9203. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER >26, 1861.-TRIPLE SHEET. PRICE TWO CENTS. THE REBELS IN PETTO. tercepted Correspondence of the Enemy. oh and ftare Discoveries at Fort Boyal. vtu Letter*, Love Letters, Ephtles of dee Seekers and Would-be Captains? The Slgnah of the Enemjr? Engineer tag Implements? The Efforts of the Confederates? The Bat* tie of flanassas, Ac., Ac.. Ac. fKS,^ OADIER GENERAL DRAYTON TO APSIS rANT ADJUTANT GENERAL WALKER H?iOvir*IHTRS 1'ROVIWOVAI. Fokcks Xi na Mo-iraav District, Uti'Annuir S. 0 BtUDPOKT, Nov. 4, IK til atx L. D. Walkrk, Assistant Adjutant General, llead" arters, Charlestou , S. C. : ? i ? I seiul y u enclosed triplicate of requisition bodj in^ht by mall, which 1 wish tilled, for 25,000 car es and 60,000 caps, and returned ug boob as possible, id this by Aide-tie Camp llavil.as Lowndes , who has arrived with despatches from headquarters ? three ck A. M. Respectfully, yours, TIIOS. F. DRAYTON, Brigadier General Third District. AN UNFINISHED EPISTLE, t. Dchovaxi? The fleet have passed Charleston bar etachmr.cts, and may attack at any moment. Will "eve,> efirt to keep open communication wit la you; ho general U without the means of giving steam imi tation? run boat. Strain r Severn cxpecied >y with ammuuitlou an.l provisions. Make requisi i for what you wish, either ammunition or sulmis 3, beyond what has already been sent. rth lr THE SIGNALS OP THE ENEMY. e following was directed on back, "PubHc serrioei 1 Military district, Department of South Carolina.' fort, November 2, 1601, Brigadier General T. F. Dray commanding. Directions of signals to be used by lordon." Hkacqcakikrs Provisional Force*, DKt'ARTHiorr or Sturm Cakomna Ch.ikubwim, Nov. 1, 1861 xnui. ? 1 am directed by tne Brigadier tir-ueral com ding to intorm you that n may bo nsc^ssary for me it?r either l'ort lf>yal or St. lielona at night with the uii. Ou dniriK so I will hoist at i he forward flagstaff signal:? A while li ht, a green light and a red light, e order in wn.ch lliey aie mentioned. If iu the day , uie Contetivr.'.ie colors will be set, and the whistle led with thrw short blows, followed by one long r lease inform the commandants of batteries la dist.ict. ardor of Brigadier General Ripley. Your obedient servant, J. K. HAMILTON, Lieutenant C. 8. A. and A. D. C. S ? Should there be any mistake, and the batteries tiro on me, 1 will burn throe blue lights one after titer. Brigadier General THO*. V. i>KaYTON, >iumanding Ihud Miiilai y District, & C., Beaufort, frcial copy.] E. Yoohu, Assistant Adjutant General. r Col. R. U. M. DuKuvrvT , 12th rogiment S. C. V. A SOUTHERN OFFICE SEEKER. ? following letter, directed to Mr. John Watt, Esq., p Johnson, Lightswood Knot, near Columbia, South Una, care of Captain H. McMeekin, Means Guard, fib regiment 8. C. V. : ? Axobbsoh, 8. C., Oct. 27, 1881. as Jon* ? I received yours on yesterday, and histen mwer before you remove. I wiolo you several <tsys which I presume lias come to hand. Since then u.g of an iiU'isi aJ cii.u at t?i has taken piace, save the jociial gale, accom ani?"i wiili a gieat fall of rain, 'loing considerable damage to bridges, fencing, crops, ? ? ? ? I wrote to i.enora! llarp. ,n a week ago n apjioinimcnt in bm a< my. Ho sax! he would give n answer in a day or so, but he lias not as yet done I am afraid ho h is too many applicants among his ?.tea to remember his common Kin. Is there ao i e to get a place or some sort down at Lightswood y I h? e no chance bui for me to go. and I would like i sort of office. |.?o inlorm me. I l a there is two uitiouson loot bound for Southern soil, containing 1 1 twenty Gvo thousand men. They may have a tlmcul A, but, as ,-nak-tp?re says, 1 have a mind l',ar* mo much. With all their boasted strength, lave made them show the flag of trucu buhind ?ery battle. *Tn? st. ango wo go; the bost of It every . I see Spain has rec. lied her Minister to the UioU <1 ?*; argue* favorable to us. 1 have just seen the rin of two more roll nteers from Anderson. They suffered much . but the, e is a bad tale out on soma icr boys. Three of th'-m to. k leg bail out of issas light ? ran like the devil. 0?e o! th? buys was ion of a good fi ieud of mine, an.. 1 regret it much t mention it, us 1 got it f-oui a volunteer from there. i't doubt the truth of u. at all. They nay the (Jom ary, I'eter Ca He, ran abot t fiftaen mile*? , with pro tis and all liked to starve the boys to death It is d Caiiflc races, those ill. ug.-t, Uiu.igh wo had better to ourselves, a* we m ly have he*. tl fa so r-tato ia. ? ?****? TIjj war question on w* so m ch attention I hardiv know what to do. cca jni.,8 mo in iovo to yourseli and Tom. l?o write . Kxcuse ine ail, aa I am writiug witii a suck. 8, ti i/.y and since: e;y, JOHN W. ROBINKuN. S. ? I?o burn this wh n you huw read it, (ilNEERING IMPLEMENTS AND BACON. Co okdkka ' k sta i m Kmji.vkik Okhck, 1 C II USLKSTiiN, t'. C. , SO) It. ilS, 1801. j ?r F. D. Lns, S. C. Kn^inee'! , Hilton Head. ijok? ISyihe steamer K.nnia on lust Saturday there ni-nt to you eight (8) tru'.k haadapikes and two (3) it-ir.g bars for tlio two 10 inch columbiad carriages at m Head. Mr. Lacoste int'or ins me that in: did not so many, aud I am further iiTormed that duplicates ? subsequent y sent to you. As po many as you havo are unt needed there, you will please return the sur tu this place by ihe Kiulua alter retaining two com i sets, viz., tour (4) truck handspikes and two (2) a ;inn l lars fur eacn 10 Inch cu :mhja 1 carriage. r the Kmma T also sent you tlio lixtufns of the (lag and ore-box soap, 111 ty pounds coffoo, and one hun potinds sug.ii'. ? the Emma. to leave to-morrow morning, 1 gen.! you mnii oil (fiOO) i"' mds of liacon si'les, to return to the ter master at Hilton I'cad.in accordance with re l in your lott r oT 3d Inst. Verv respectfully, J. H. TKAPIER, Major, &c. [ AT MOBILE n.\S DONE FOR THE REBEL LION. Armory Sanovn Kkoiwkxt Aunxm VoMTirT?*w>, i, OXFEDB1ATT SjlRVICB, Yooi RL JF Rm.S*, CO. Ii. I j Moma, Sept. 21, 1801. j v PmR Rjntvatai. ? 1 havo hern trying for a coon's ? to pet the opjiortunity to wiite you a few linos, but ?no-h -w-or-other" (elegant phrase) I have never sue ' led In gutting off a letter. 'ell, here we are all in a heap, not knowing where w? nest to be ordered to, nor uar<ng m ,ch,fnr we are all v to go where oi:r country r.n' % us, our only wish bo in noet the foe. This, if I am not mistaken will be t <i 'is soon, a.-1 in my oplnl< n, the >>noiiiy will nuko ?>' "nipt on M> bilo in a few days. Every luiilcnion tirtain!y , joint thai way. 11 wever, irttoem come, we do not give them a warm recepliuu, thou 1 am t ? ii. hi e has sent her sors tn the war hy thousands. We c a voting population ot about 4 000 nu n , and we havo ; in Virginia, two icglmevt-. 1,800 men; tnMtnnurt, c m any, cavalry, llu men, in Klortila, thru) oompa I i,.'i00men,at Rayon le lJatto,one cavtlry company, nen; ' mat Uuard, (our i uiment, range tri m I'er iido tio<3 ?n'ie), 1,000 men; sKto i.uard. (Are brigade), m n ? in u:l > nd-r arms, i >ur thousand and iwu men. h leu - ? us w! hont anybody to court the gl"ls, or ear in busmen* of .my sort ? but better let tli-i gli Is al- re. bu-dn?'?s go i? lit ? old on? row, for a lit'Je w!nle. than cowardly attempt t > keet> up personal aud private v est, tn swamp our co untry 's cause. W ? must bleed, sweat, and s liter. 1 ' Tn "(til tnoli- rmt Romenvm en , 0-. in- nr.. but for this t iai the South, like gold from ; itlnei-'s Arc, will come wit pure and giorious. r ut I am miming on in this st? Ic.aud have not told you ord :>bo<it myse'.i'. WH-un (frum ijnornta) and I, as t In as troi b .-a bri k> out, made up our tniiuie to start. nediatelt home. I was then In Muni' h, undd.du'it ( j w that Stu.irt h:id iilren ly starte ; home, so I wrote to j |i asking him it he was ir Ing, and oflbrir.g ourcompa fai rosalf ne was. Ttie same day that I wr?to t Htuart. 1 Icmalio: v. r 'tc to me le. iug me that Stuan was going, that Rrewer ton was g ing to accompany him. I^nru ! this, Ian' Wi-Hon hurried up our arrangements, but | t ?> I.iverpi*)! too late. We, however, came over in a Ilk or two lUtorwardB I joined th" .-eivlre ns Boon as f ived iind hare been , ? in. o my going into the service, ho?t a'.l the time on duty. i,'; e me s x'n a l?tig li' >r, am totl nio all nbont your ? indmygond t'ri i. . uart. Hive hiin my love, and ? him to wt it-? to in". Addruss K I.. James, care of T. lames, box 570, Mobile, lour lrioud, I F. L. JAMES. LOOKING OCT FOR THE YANKEES. Twitrra K*lit??T, A. 3. 0.,"1 tour Walkxb, ItKioroKT liurrKict, S. C. , v Hiivo* Haai>, Not. 1,1361.) P*** M(m>, Broth Kits a*d Serosa? I sett myself once more to Inform you that I am well at this time, and hoping when these few lines reach you they may find you all enjoying the same Messing. Itear mother, I can't writ* to you when I will ha at home, for 1 don't know when I can get off. We are bound very tight here, for we are looking for the enemy ?\ ory hour, with seventeen ships of war. We can see them every day. We are working at the fort, day an<l night, In turns. I am on every four hoars, work two and rest four. We have a hard time here, but 1 can stand It If a1' J ?f the rest can, for I am one of the blue hell's chickens. I would liki to see you all once more. 1 think I can get ofT shout Christmas. If sol will come home ami stay one we?k, ard if I can't get leave to stay one week 1 wont corns, fur it Is too fur to come for any It** time than '.hat. 1 wan't you to write, and bo certain to writo to me nu the receipt of this. 1 wrote to you last Snnday that William was sick m Columbia. I heard from him tills week. He is better, and talks of gou g toiai I wrutrt to you to eond me lomti clothes. Send no two woollen shirts, one pair of woo'len drawers and two p-ilr of sori a. s<-ud them by Thomas Whisaut or some person else. He certain to send theui forthwith, fori need them. Toll brother William to get him some woollen shirts and a bod tick, tor he w i'i need I! em. 'l'ell the boys lo come us soon as til y can ? that is, W. C Man ning and Thomas Wlnsani. Also tell William Mulllune to oine, too, before they aend for him. Tell Jane Oui id ay to send me a i air of gloves to remember her. Send them when you scad the rest. Tell her to write to m ? on the receipt of this. Nothing more, but remaining your son, until death, K. L. MANNING. To J. B. Manning ? Pear Brother ? I have received no tetter from you yet to inform me how you were gctt.ug along. 1 wan't you to write to mo and lot mo know about the times in general. I will give the Van k es the bus? light that's in mo. I vast you to settle up my assess and get notes for all of them. I must come to ariose. for i haven't much time to do anything. only work hard. Tell tlwin all to write tome. Nothing more, but remaining your brother, until death, ^ K. L. MANNING, lell all tho blaek ones handy forme. Di ect your let ter to Hilton Head, Fort Walker, Beaulort "district, 8. C., Twelfth rog ment, in the care of Capt. John L. Mil ler, to me. Kemaluing the honorable B. L. MANNING. CONTRACTS OP THE ENEMY. The following letter la directed on the envelope to "Robert Chisholra, Esq. , Beaufort, South Carolina:" ? CRlSLSSHW, August 31, 1801. Rorbrt Chwholm, Esq. : 1'sak Sir ? I received yours of the 20th Inst., and feel much gratified and delighted at the sterling evidence of yoi.r patriotism, nnd hope there is many more like you. With such citizens the country Ir safe. I consulted with Mr. K. L. Kerrutcn, chiff.'iiian of the committe who have charge of the matter of clothing and black) tR for o ir brave troops in Virginia. His advice i? that you i? nl ! your wool to Messrs. Gibba& Co., of Columbia, who have a contract w ith the government to furnish an indefinite quantity of wool. en goods for the army , at a very good price. They are working their miil night and day , but find difficulty in obtaining a sufficiency >f wool. They are yetting It away firm Toxas. By selling It to them you w ill be getting a food price for it, and obtain soma money, which you will want, as there will bene chance of selling your cotton or rice rerhane you will have to bu-n your cotton, as the en*my will endeavor to get it to sell to the English u> k.*ep them quiet. It seems to he one of th-.'lr infe. t a. plana, and If thev succeed In effcctirg a landing they will not be Blow in carrying It out. I hope they will find nothing but tho ashes. We must be willing to burn and devastate our own land, rather than they shall benefit one iota by their conquest. 1 hope, tliough. we will lie able to keep them out (they are a cowardly set) although we arc weak; but by bravery and perseve rence we can do it. Every effort ought to be made t., for tify tfi* Inlets; but we have so many, 1 fear some place may be weak , and an opening left. Our Governor has been much to blame for Ills supinetiegs in thia matter. The great object of our association is to urge and assist the authorities In putting tho const in a state of defeuce. The Governor seems to think and act as 11 the tak ug of Fort Mimtcr was enough glorv for one administration, and retired to Columbia, where be is of no use, instead of be ing duwn here, and visiting the works on the coast, and giving all the personal aid and enoouragemeut thai his presence would inspire. However, things are getting bet ter u this department, and 1 am in hopes, when the yan k or rnme, we will he ready for them. The otter matter of nothing lor our soldiers is getting on siovly. Hi ability of the county to f urnish woollen goods is ver?' limited, and I foar there '.till bo much suturing* W? are doirg all we can U' the city. Yon, gentlemen, in the country, must help. I know ; ou will. If you will send the blankets aud shirts you have to spare lo E. L. Kerri sen, he will put tliem to the pur | wee you intend. Your wool mattresses y u hud better hoid on to; we may have to fall back on them by and by. Your*, truly , WIUJAM LEtJBY. IN SEJ?CH OP A COMMISSION. Cbaxuston , Oct. 12, 1861. Major Lnc, Fort Walker: ? I)kah Majoii ? I am vory anxious to obtain a commission jn your battalion, and.tf it is in your power to appoint yonr Adjutant I should be glad to havo the post, or any other commissioned 'ffloe in your gift. I wrote to t'aptain Howaid on the subject a few da\s since, but fear ing the letter may not have reached him, have taken the liberty of apply iiig dlr- ctly to you. 1 slmil esteem it a favor if you will write to me at your earliest convenience. I remain, yours, isipsctfully , THOS. MIDDLETON, J*. LIFE IN A FORT. Novikrer 3, 1861. PxiR Sir? It is now time for me to write to you. I have not received a letter Horn York district iu a good while. I am tolerably well at thi6 time. 1 am several mllesfrom home ? about 3C0 miles ? but it is net so far that I can't get back. I am goiug home if I live. I am at Hi ton Head, Ueatilorl, S. C., and seme are at Bay I'uint, opposito ur; aud it map turn up su lli.-it wo will bu moved over there. This is bad enough, bi t that is worse. We worked all this day ou ho tort. O.ir officers expert * light soon, but 1 dun t tli a wiil In . Wj liavo some work on th? fort to do. it is a tolerable good fort; it ha* twenty three gun:- mouiAed. anil some of them I > i i- guns. It is the first Sunday that 1 haty wcw ken on a fert; but we thoi ght it nnj;ht n>" d ti. 1 left l'ine Knot Springs (last Monday was a week) in tho morning, and got to f harleston that night about nine o'cU Ck. ann on the boat about ouco'clock, and got ofl Uie n--xt Wednesday evening about five o'clock. \Vi came ah..,;t luti miies on wat' r, aiui some of u*: were < n board thr o nays and wo could get nothing to eat for nn<; day aud nigtil, exe.ipt what we cauld huy, ana then If I bail been homo you might know I would i at a meat. An a>'.c|dent happened here thin morning. One ol our men cut his left thumb otV close to Uie hand, lie was told to warn the company to fall in, and he picked up a hatchet aud went to cut him some fonts, an<t ho arue hat k with his thumb oil'. It is gou. rally thought thai ho did it puriM.seij . b .t hi; says be loll down and old ii ; but the M'i.ior says he did it purposely. 1 have got rnv knife. 1 will ctosn. I want you to write tome scon, i have written to the girbt all around tho country, and 1 have wi itten my latl Ii lloi until 1 get au answer. I see water everyday. I will dose this time. It is night. I was on guard duty last night, aud 1 waul to sleep some to mght. W. A. Sl'AU&j. To .1 AMfcS l'ARJSH. THE BATTLE OF MANASSAS. IUnai&us Junction, July 23, 1861. Mr II-'.b Ukcix? This ib the thira eflort 1 h?\ ? made to write to you since the battle of Mamu hm; every odg lms been so bn.sjr , and when unoccupied I have txx-n over come with fatigue. The battle of the '21 ?t inst. was a must brilliant victory for ?s and a terrible defeat lor the enemy. U .8 Impossible at present to estimate ihu killed ami wounded on either side; we probholy will ha. u lust about Ave or six hundred killed and two-thirds a.s many wounded. Atone time I thought wo were going to lmo the dny, but ro.nforcemeuts trom Ciem r. l Jobnstou s army .in ived juat at the right monism and turnu I th* right It-ink of the enemy. ion will we* a. m.ien fuller accoant iM th? Ihu 1 io hi ll.o papers th ui I car* give you. I fining ths light 1 rul'oi mod two battalions from th. so that were driven back by thu enemy, both oi vwiicti 1 lumen over to (ieueial Jackson; ami having ordeied up and plac-d in position a battel y to sweep the opposite holds, by winch Uie enemy would have to ajpruach ua. 1 indtiig that Oeueral .ioli.-.HUin wished s. roe ? ne to show the cavaiiy nndor tiilone, tad ford the route by which he could take the enemy oji the Uank.us thry rushed o.wd iha t rncike, i volunteered to load them, and caiVied th in by a short c .t, which enabled i s to cut nil th ? re treat oi a argo number of the fugitive*, taking m the lli si. charge jiortioiuj ot a battel j , n colonel, ? stand of colors, and about sixty prisoners. As we eme ^eu li om ihe tvouil liie battery i m I ai i llred. At the uist shet the head if the column lu nod sh irt about to get o :tof the way, bit I dashed my horse in nuioug h un, an catching the brrJles oi I wool the horse-, I conij htely b ocka. o the passage of the other?, and they waeeled an J then cht.r.ed. carry .ng everything before theiu. On* shot jus jeil betwe"ii tile fire and hind :?g? ol iny hor <? Our men behaved most gallantly, t.eneral liar tow wa killed leading hi men wuh hi.siia;iu his haud. Johnston, of Iteam'ort, ito killed at the first fire. We have taken about titty tiecesof artillery, a largj number ot ollloers, and from ouo to two thousand pri souers, frouiouuto two hi. mired wageos, l?.ed with every thing that a large ai my require*. With m'. best iuve to Aunt I/ ulfca r.nd nil the family, I remain your affect iot ate nephew, A. U. ClIISnl.M. p. S. riensi.- ttxi so me uom witting roorel lly at present, us 1 am v?) tired. A. K. 0. LOVE L\T THE SOUTH. PokT Rotai, S. C.. Nov. 12, 1861. The Oi ri"0 Mphi.i?K. II. Turnip* cl and //is Uitd intj Affftiiim for Mtit Ciara A'., <\f J'nlUtM Court Jtovw, S. O., ?Y. Wlthki thrf prccincts of Fort Beauregard w s found the appended correspondence. JJo "C >mplote 1/ tter Writer' has such an example, and therefore, as a model for moo of culture (ho correspondence of E. A. Turaliiseed l( en. clotted, ne haj visited the classic lands, he hu? crossed the railing o<?un, he is lighting for Southern "indepen dence," ami after reading all he says, I think we all will aimit he la not a man, but a ? Turuipseod. Kow, after this correspondence tt might be supposed that Turnip eeed wa? * it an of heart ? of felling. . Not a bit of it. After a slight sbolling on tho other shure, the ''Chivalry" on St. I'hillp's Inland determined to travel , and Turnip """I b' ing a great traveller ? as bis correspondence shows ? took the lead, leaving beliiod hispatlents; which the yoiiug lady should know. Ob! young ladies, never net your aff eti' us on a Turn i paced? rather on a turnip. Your well wisher, JOHN SMITH, or Hilton Head, S. C. Qumlbwon, S. C. , Oct. 2, 1856. Mian CYaiu ? The circumslituco* under which I have persuaded my elf to address you these few liues are so pec ,iar that rosily I He 1st indulge a h |>e of a promise frum you to correspond with m , before I can explain. Pbe Aurora of lS5.'f tlrst awai.ened me to the trutli of your power and influence over me, ami still these same feelings are warm In my heart, la tho midst of the du ties of my profession, and whether upon the rolling bil lows of tin- broad Atlantic, or on thu b autiftil Rhine or iianube, witii world renowned landscapes rendered en chanting by the glittering suushtn* , or engendering deep thought by the burrowed light of a summer's moon ? whether auild the the bustlo ot European capitals; iu old Rome, stumbling an I plodding my way over steps of bro ken thrones and temples ? whether in thu old Koruin, iu the Coiiseum, in the palace of the Cesars or among tho tombs of Scipio* ? whether in the VaticaJi or in tho Capi tol, b* holding the Ai>o!lo Belvedere, tho Belvedere Anti nun. the Ariadne, the dying (iladiator or thu last and great eQUrt o! the Immoi'ial lUphael.and a host of relics of t>< Iter days ? whether upuu the battle Uold or in a t>e sieged city, win re there were royal banners, shrill truui, si, spirit Stirling drums, ear pi< icing die*, plumed tro<j|ie; in abort, all the pomp, pride and circumstan e of wi.r, and its glories that make ambition virtue ? whether with generals, barons, counts, princes and prinoesasa as associates and friends, or in llto august presei.ee 01 inon archs, I liave ever thought of and remembered y?u, and my affections have ever remained the same. 1 have not been igimrautof the interest you have taken in my wel fare during my long absenoe aud perilous sojourn in Eu rope. It would be mpoxsib e for me to expies* my to- 1 liigs in st> short an epistle, or to explain many things that aiu uaiiy occupying my mind. 11* refore, my dea; Miss, can 1 indulge a hope of your correspondence* Will you condemn me before a tribunal that is (xissibly unac quainted with thV important cement* of uiy character? Mis* Clara, I could convince ) ou without the cavil of a doubt that it would not detract from the character, dig nity or iKisitii n of a princess. As ever, I am yours, sin cerely and devotedly, E. 11. TUKNIRSLK1). Charleston, S. C., Oct. 10, 1*66. Mi.smCi.ara ? fin the 2d inst. I wrote you, which 1 in tended as a prelude to the pp sent letter, hoping, how over, by my acknowledgment or ieelings and euti ?atms, to succeed in getting you to promise to corres|>ond v, ,td me. The leittr above alluded to you have certainly re eeived, and time sutlic.enl has elapsed for you to have decided whether or not you will interchange views with uio through the medium ofthe mails. This does not com mit you in any way, and, as 1 remarked, ''would not ue trail irem the cburaiter, dignity or position 01 a prim Cess" after all that has transpired. As for g< lag to Pen dleton, as Unngd now exist, I am sure, from what 1 know of your estimate of right aud wioug aud ol' your elevated opinions ot my affections for you, that you will not ex pect it. There is certainly nothing In this world that would give me more pleasure thau once more to have an luterviow with you, hut am forcd to he licvo that alter oil that nas passed you will oxtend m? an invitn ion if such is dosirable. it is of course expected , whetLe \ ou entertain the me views as myself or not, that all things are kept Rtrictiy tub roM. I remember to have seen n a letter written by our common friend, B. L. l<ewi?, these wo ds: ? "1 tli.uk Clara objei ts to your name." Now tins "U,y surprised me because 1 had not learned it long since; i. e. , it that was the only objection you lud to my pi op"eition before iea\ iug for Europe. Harmtj observed these wurus, i persuaded mys- II to endeavor to inane jum a >oi espondeut. ^s you ki.ew, it is seld"in or never thu name that makes the distinguished man, but mo man who masts tho name a slinguisiied. Although I elsim to be ar.d am the "Rodolph Uapsburg" ol uiy uanie, and althoogU JShakspere says What B ht ansineY that which we call a rose By any other name would r,me)l as sweet. But 1 agree with tho immortal Campbell when lie pays thero is "magic in a name." jly name, far from injuring me in i.uropv, was decidudly an advantage, from its sin gularity. We do not bear the iimne of our ancestors, and it was decided more than ten years ago to change ttie name. 1-dphin was the name seiccV d by my eldest bi oili er, who died (juite young in Louisiana. After his de.ttli from shoot indifference it has boon neglected. 1 have always intended attending to it, and i?meml>er welt, when qiite a hoy, that my father told me he woulu change the name for me. This, as yo^ kne.i , Is e?siiy di ne ihroub'h the mo<iium of friends in the sute Legisla lure, i contemplate having Dolphin ad 'od to the <Tigioat name, the original T. being writteu as an initial. There fore you sue, Miss Clara, that your objet tivn to the name on:y couhrius me in my o-igmal opiuiuur , and m alios mo hate 11 sun more. 1 will "doif thu name aud be E. It. T. Ikitphiu. These are thing'- inut 1 ha<l long xtnee r< vlved upwii , and liope, whether or not you eutcrtain diOerent opinions, that it remains tub rota. To describe my affoc tious lor you wouid lie imjiossible. How many tem. ia lions havu I resisted for you! How many young ladies have outn envious to kn >w who was cherished anu re memberrd in uiy heart! but alas! as Byron says, "A way with words!" lor language could never portray my teel ings. YouraHectionate EliWAKD. V. S. ? Oh, will you correspond? Cuablsmon, S. C., Hfv. 25. 1858. Mr 1>bak Mish Oura ? 'Ihis 18 the third letter I 'have ad dre?*ed you, and allh"Ugb nearly two months have ?ia|?ed since I had I ho honor of writing you tlic first, yet even at this dale 1 have, received no answer ? nothing lo indicate that my allecttons are reciprocated. uo emblem of love, 'fin true, I may have reasons to buheve that yon entertain favurab.y my propositions, t. e. , If the let ter* above alluded lo came safely to baud; but then I have uo I'Oaiuve evidence of tuat, ler they may not have reached you. Oh, If yoi> could but appreciate my feeling* y<itt would not cause one whose very existence la no iioariy interwoven with you aud your welute so much pain. Can you loubt my sincerity)1 Can you doubt my tievotion, oi question my affections for you, when 1 us s ure yo j that 1 ha\ e paid homages at your shrine. Cor ftv? long years? Can you doubt my constaucy, when I de clare by ail thai is sacred aud uuthlul tbat duiiu^ my long aUsenco and perilous journey ings in h urope, y ou o<; cupled my thoughts by day anil my dreams by night? .No, 1 am sure you tanuoi q uestloii my sincerity , my de voliouor my constancy. l'hon why not express your feelings freciyl' Lord I'.yron rays that of all things Howard ? re tlio bisi tokens of love, or oven your card would be evidence s'llboioiuly convincing to wie that all rejorts were not true. l.et me now pledge you my rionor that tliere is uo obstinacy or spii it ot retaliation on my part, and ^rnnt mo to ugree with sliakspere when ho re marks, What stronger breastplate than a heart uuuiule.l? You may Lie desirous of knowing what is meant by "reports, ' as m ntioned above. Mj answer you. will easily am ir.ipate. It is t:.at I have board, and it has been several times rupcati'd, that you are actually engaged to be ma rt d. These reports | could not mid would not giv any credence to, if they did not reach me through iUe medium ? persons of veracity in your village. 1 a:u quite convinced that the circumstances by which you ai o sui ruuuded are ve: y peculiar, and this w:il make mo ever devoted Lo jou; if even we are never permittee, lo meet as those wh ' love, yet Congenial spirits part to inert ag in. Ob, how anxious 1 am to sue you! Those beau! It'll eyos. that sweet smile that 1 have nevor forgotten. Thi ro are some leslings tnne canno: benumb. N^r foi tune shake, or mine would be cold and dumb. The better to impress ujmn your mind the Imjiortaiice or your dei ision let ine reassu. e you that my happiness for life depends upon it, and bo sure that yours, too, is not involved. Although dark blue waves may roll ne tweeu us although w e m .y be separated by thoutfu ia of mil's; although we may bioaiiio di(Ii:rent atmospheres, yet you cau never forg'Ji my sincerely aud devotion whi 11 you review the last, .as ever, your devot,*i ami alloc nouate V- B. TCKNllKfcL?. ANOTHER LOVE LETTER. Hcckmkau, June 8, 1*61. Mt Dbar Bsn.nib ? Your eweet little epistlu came to hand this morning, which was eagerly grasi>ed , and its contorts perused by me with the great 'St delight. It was trulj a calm to my poor heart. In about throe hours alter I rocclved the sad intelligence that yoir com pany had rec lived orders to go oil next wouk it was truly heartrending to me to hear that. My poor heart n ready to laint wiihin me while trying to w.-.te, to think of my deai est lnend going oft' to lie piaci under cir cumataucM of so much danger m ikes my heart almost burst wuh gi let. 1 trust, though, yet you may not have . t" go. lerhaps I ha. 'a wrong re|iort; 1 hope so, at least, any how. Whether so or not, you have my m ?t earnest pi a> ers. 1 will never loi get to love and pay for you. 1 iove you, yes, deater than ali th.s worM be sides You are my cotistant thoughts by day, and my ino.it happy dreams by night. I am i eauy to slia e your joys or soi , ows, l"t thorn bo what they may. Yo i may depend upon ma as being your most sincere friend; for l know no one could love you mi re or feel more loi yon i hau I do. You are far away, d<-jr IVnuie, but it is yory pleasant to ti'ink of thee and ol thy fond allection ? oi thi sweet con vernations wo hi* had w.ih en li other in tinv past. You may well say you belie t the path of lile with us will be a pleasant one; for I know it could not be otherwise wheu we ioveeau.'i other so fondly. It has been just a week to d ly siuee I saw you; but it seems to have Iio?mi a great Willie. I wan veiy sorry we oo iid not enjoy eacn other's company u3 much a.< wo wilted to. You told mo you had my I knefv. You can keep it if you wish. I'lc*.-*' if you haw? yours send it tome, or bring It when yoo come. I \ViH expect yon | certain at th i tun i api<olnted ? our weeks from when I ?u* you. if I doo t li ur you are roue, lio if you go, ai-d [ It i i>osslhle, oome a id s -e IM b'-'.oro y >u leave, as it would atlOnt niu unboiui od delight to so* you. 1 must c os bf I - Itiug you to exoufo this scratch, as it written In a hu' i y an i mi er the m wt e.vciting ciicumstanceu. 1 hu|.i> this may hud you well, as it leaves mo well in l>"dy. Write v. ry soon a.ler you receive this. Your own CAKR1E. AUNT ANNIE TO HBR NEPHEW. Tho loil wing letter aldres ed to '-Mr. W. Hutsoa Tow uHEini, Beaufort Artillery, liay Point, via Beaufort b. and iK'Stma.kod ?' i ocotaligo, S. C., Septembei 1^;"? VocoTauoo, S. C., Wednesday , Sept. 4, 1861. Mt Dkak Wu.uk? 1 commenced writing to yeu by Charlea, but had to out It short, or Charley would lone

the chanco of riding u f?r u Pocotaligo, which wits a help to hlu after walking down in two days, and he waa pretty tired; but I was anxious to get him off, aa Alice had been laying up Tor a day or two with sore throat, and I did not know but that it might prove to ho that bad kind. She is we" again and about house. I have been feeling badly la'-ly, and on Sunday had some iover, took ((utMine on Monduy, a.id huvo tud no roturn of K, but still feel woak. If I ?tn well will taku a seat with Thomas to-morrow or next day, when ho goes up to Deaufort, Carolina. I hope I may be able to go, for I want to make all arrangements for the future at ome, and comedown again. Everything is so ticklish u< w that we kno>\ not what a day might bring forth, audi don't want to bo far away from Hay Point. I thiuk that placo In a Tory perilous condition. Wh.it prevents the tleet from mining right iu and landing troops? They havo 4,1'dO on board, :.nd 1 havo no doubt thoy have iierfoct k ow ledge of your defenceless state. Why an >hat ship s crew and iaptalu set at liberty? <t ? oitij tom<> perfect madness on the )>art of our government to ai' ford the enemy' mnnv opportunities of getting a fliot hold on our s?' J It wl'l I) ' us at Hauoias. "wli utho ln-rms are * M from the stable they will look thu doom." Oh, now I dread this fulll Suppose the enemy should make an attack before yon get your kmu.- mom ted, would you have the madness to resist? Are t lie re any gun* mounted at Fort Walker.' I have h ard th it it is fo.tred there is not Mffleleat powder In the Stat" to make a s..cccs<ful reeiFtanoe. Can this be go, nud, If so, why are tliey wasting itby tiring useless salutes of h uulrma of guus? I wish I could see you betore 1 go up. but that Is liu|><**tble if I go with llMOias. I bopn C harley has reached you by tbbi tune. Don't let the Yankees catch huu. Your uncle Wlllltm bus reached home in n.no y ; says, aa far a* lie ecu learn, ho lias lost nothing by Ins absence. KtHssaya lie has not main live dollars this S'-?S n. Have you seou 'the clian. e 111 the schedule ol the Charleston and f- tvaim. h Railroad I tear it will Interfere greatly wit' i the Beaufort. stage and mail, ami will b?: vnry inconvenient in tho v> int r to arrive a< late a< halt pnet six o'clock. Tilly did u >t go to town y -ster Jay. ld.i wud taken In a very stiaugo way. and wo. v?iy 111, when it was time M her (Tilly) to leave. Sb*- had been alueping profoundly for nenrly twenty four hours. The doctor tho .ght aho had every symptom of being poisoned. At be tune ho s.ild If there waa no improve raent in a short time he would uot be surpri>-od i: she died before morning. We heard at eleven o'clock that she was roused noiuewiioA, and ha ! *;?'ken intelligently. She iti better Hi.* morning, but has warm lever. I lly says she saw bur and John playing ? ,th mushrooms and saying they were good to eat. and they think she may have eaten some, although Tilly t Id them toth.owth m away. Uucle s family hear fro jUently from their boya. As yet they look on it as a frolic, and eujo.v tlicin?clv a. Wo heard yeHtir.lrty .that theio waa a great deal of typhoid fever in town W C. has several csse? ,n Ins' family. Thu two youngest boys have boon sick a week, and Emt Ino was taken two orthrro days ago. Mark spentan hour with us yesterday , he >-ays lie ih so lone f! inn. We g;ivo your message and uvitation, an I he seems very much inclined to go down, hot seems tn lack the energy t > make the st-irt. .lehnso i Haves regiment has boon sent to Coles Island, between Braddnc.k > Po nt and Savannah. They seem fated not to go t>i Virginia. Tins Oolotiol iiaa hail a hau l in one light there that ought to satisfy him. To day's paper represents ^irau s iu a squally a?|>ect. 1 see Kipiey has issued an order to tho c-it ixeus on Sullivan's Island t? hold themselves In ?>*adi net-s to leave on the shortest t n. Can they apprehend an attack from the blockadu. . liret? Thomas has been here to day . He is gop.g up to-mor row, through in a day. It is such a good chance, and ?>t 1 have some scruples about leaving hero with such a pros pect of trouble in town, (scarcely fnnl e pial to n rum of Ofty odd miles; but I will try it. It is not like going to estrange place. I was in hopes ho would not go till Friday, then 1 would havo a chance of hearing from you tomorrow. I think I will bo hack in a week, take the railroad, (food bye. YOUR OWN AUNTY. Tbcmday Mon.vixa. 5 intended writing to you last night, dear Willie, but found that Kitty had done so already, and will write soon bat you must not feel uneasy If you do not hear from m* regularly ? the malls are so irregular. Kitty aud Thomas left h"re this morning at four o'clock for Burn well. Ho[>ed to get a letter from you to-day". Feel con stantly uneasy now, sinco tho news from North Carolina. When are your hie guns coming? Ida is well again, (loud by. Yours ailectionately. AUNT ANNIE. MOUNTED GUARD OP TTIE ENEMY. LIST OF GUARD MOI'NTKD AT HILTON UKAD POBT, OK 8MCOMD UKUKVKL), UN 3u NOVKMBKK, 1*61. Pint Relief. timmd Htiirf. Tiiird Hrlief. J. P. Unmet, R.Martin, Mfci'erry, J. chapman, 8. M.Currie, A. Paramour, W. I). Carver, Mid Clark, C. Roadman, C. Chapman, E. Faster ling, K. C. Wliitosides, J. I'. Wherry, W. K. (irnrgn, R. 0. Whttesidon, W. A S|*rks, J. W. tlodfioy, jaspor Spencer, J. H. Taylor, T. W. HarNiy, .7. F. Mcknight, J. C. S(>ears, T. I). H-vitj , Lewis It.wlin, W. M. fitman, C. T. Heaton, C. Sinter, l>. M. We, ith, J. C. Cobb, N. I,. White, Joel I'a-lgett, Richard Nettles, J. H. Black well, J. C. Prtivaux, Rliett Nettlos, B. F. Blackwell, A. T. Micham, W. Perry. W. I,. Crano. J. C. Cobb. Sergeants ? Mnrray and Darwin. Gir|iorals ? Black and Oquiu. COAK1TY MPT OF COMPANY H, MOUNTED UUAED' AUGUST 24, lljtil . W P.iglior. A. H. Mallard. O. H. Hr. id well. J. T. Minis. John Bull. S. rf. Proctor. Mid Ciar*. L. W. i'roctor. John Cn el. Jacob I'euilorvifl. It. .iac.k.von. J. Mc-hidcr. P.Jackson. J. W. Srvphrett. Jacob K1wr. Jam. s Pond?rvi?. John I ah K .tor. T. I). Richardson. T. M. Metis. C. J. It. I tfey. John jiettK. W. M. I/icklear. Adan Mi'tlJ. L. Z. lmdngcr. G. W. M'.i/let. H. L. I m linger. T. K. H r/zlcs. L. J. W. Lowe. GEN. WILLIAMS' DIVISION. OUR FORT HATTERAH CORRESPONDENCE. IIattkrin Im.kt, Nov. Jij, lsol. Apyra rnrwe of the, liars? 7 he Demand fnr Nnnsjvxprrt, and Stpeetallp the. IleraM ? Ken, Williams owl Hit Staff- ? Fort Clark ? 7 he tbrty eiyhth. Rnjimenl Pei'myL trnuta' Volunteers and Col. Hawkins' Xoxtavet, ie. ] arrived hero by the Spaulding, ore or' the fastest and most serviceable steamers iu the -ervlce of the govern ment, and ufll cored by gentlemen whose agreea'iio man ners and conversation added to the pleasure of the "ruti down'' of sixteen hours by moonlight. As we rounded tho .-and B;>lt and came up to the old wreck dubbed the wharf, ibo soidiers (li nked down and ga/ed at us ojKn mouthed, like tbo Indi ins on tho ship* of discovering Columbus. Then came tho scramble fur newvajiers, each of the fortunates being instantly sur rounded by a dozen importunatos for new-. Others stand on t he little dry hillocks of sand and lazily sine out to us for the latest intelligence. Tho inquiries for the various papers are very peculiar. Though the mon liail irora %everal different State.-., the New York dailies are tho only papers ever thought of, and tho Hbrald is of couiso tho favorite. "Oct a Herald?" you hoar every minute. "No, but here's u Trilnine.'' "Don't watt that," thay answer; "too much of the damned nigger In it for me. I'd just ?s lief have 'cm all freed, but i don't w*nt to read nothiu' else m the paper." "Weil, here's a Timet." "Oh, that s behind the timet," is facetiously replied, and the punuler goes eff withachucki" at his origiual witticism, litt.e ? .learning that tho sane juke is of nails pei jieti ilion. The It rltl tiioy have f .v of them heard 01. T H' . .ustratod ixijiers are in great .? maud, b it, c ?sting ten cents, one copy >s made to answer ter a cmpiuiy. (Jpon landing 1 proceeded to the little octagonal Kort llaiie ah . the cornets ot which wore knocked uwsy to the depth o. live U- i by tbo lost Storm, and which will bo carne away bodily by the next Scut Weaker. Ita; mrs to iu-- thai a'coui e ?< gunboats and a lew lifcht dralt tugs wouid be much more ettlcieut to bold this sau.i-.pu and g.:ard the important inlet than the regiment* of voian ti ?era who aie buried alive on tho w<tste o: sano, utter, y In e, 'a the and quicksands prevent all drilling, aad where, us on-; <>. the poor follows told me, they had ??nothing to do but shiver and freeze and Oie. ' Haviug exair..ned the fort and m..ked the efl'ect ol the lie-v y firing oi our me.i-oi-war in tlioir attack, I procedod to pay uiy respects lo ti neral Thomas Williams, iate >lajor ot tho Third artil lery , and now in command o; the iiepai lnu<nt of Noith Carolina. 1 had uo letl-.'i of intro icctiou lo ti .in, but Uo received me with much Kindness it. 'I <? > rP sy. Iin i , a tail, soldierly looking mm-, with uiaik hi., ami bear:, weil aprinkl witii gray, very resorted, aim. i> sw r , in manner and cooveraat: u. tlt-nei al Wioiama a tail c> -is .sis i l*'i stLieatenaut Hook, o; iim Poui tb artillery, A. tiLg Yssistaiit Adjutant t.'.neral ? , .ory go-'l oillcoi . Kirst Lie ii nam tieor.;e lie l\?y , a disii.ug yot.ng oiliser, as ai l l' -iHiop, K i st Lieuleuant iiid'b^a we., known citi/ei i i'h. a eij li ia. l eaving the lort, ' proceed d to Fori < lark, ibout ha!!' a mi.e 'ii? t.. ? >eacb. llui i) ai it eocampcd the l >rty -eighth I'enu ,> va ia \ ulunteers. I was com.- t.,j re uo'Aiby then 1 oionei, Nagie, who was m the three ni'iuihs s.u vi e.undci r.ittersou, about whose ciiJ.icl the oilii.ers h, i-ftk v iy freely. K ;?! ( ?rk is ?>ow being rendered mtioli more forimda b e tlian when our gaK.iut navy abode i it out. It was tli n.h" sever, a very indlCfoieiil work, not wot ttiyoftlu Dimi of fort. I |,d Ninth New York Zouaves are still here, though the lm fwaion was verf general that they would ga up to Fortress Monroe, to be replaced by the Seventh New York (lierman) rcgiinont, now at Newport Nows. licyondFo t( lark is an elevation ol the saudy beach and a heavy growth of the scrub oak. U.j. e it is pro |.? d to i o. ntru t largo bamckii tor the lroo|?, where there will bo a shelter, from one side at least, fr^m tho terrillc ga os oi llatteras. Kr in this piiut we visited h vera 1 1 mi sea of the natives, of whom there are not over two hundred and fifty or three hundred all told, and they are just as well oQ as Uey evci wore. THE WAR POLICY OF THE SOCTH. The Battle of Ball Run and Gen. Beauregard's Report. Sharp Controversy Between the Eebel Journals. Which is Responsible for the Non-Capture of Washington, Davis or Hcuuregurd ? The Rebel Policy Regarding Invasion by the Northern Naval Expeditions, &c., . &c.. &c. [From the ("hvluston Mercury , Oct. 29-T Our reader? wil douhtlf** remember 1 1 mi i>metim* 8lni e we vontured towwirl c I at J'rtt. < ?i( /Men, and an mf 1st, tun* rttpmui I for h warZ?tr, w'fr, avti-ttxir rWiry of <ur army on the I'<n'<,mac. Byiitftr. upo jierver viou of truth, tli" newspaper jwosh of the <"-'iifrtle :?te St*i '*h wo e persisting in o'.:ir^iiie on th?' goneral* In c m mand the extraoidmnry a;-u uni r (v<leuted inaetivily w hich characterised thesruiy. Wo ecd uvoiwt U> ?:>* rect this nj .Mtlec, nnd poinuxi to thu tru sourco of thU very ?niM-u tly cwdcuined policy, anil ventured t" sn?: KOJtth .t an advance nu Wm-hi" <t- u . or mi luvualou of Mtrylund, was intwusisi i.t with IU TatH NKjniremeul*, and won therefore nuver Intended; mi l that the result vr?iil<l he. the invasion of the S utliern ivanls by lliu ua val armitn nt* now, itttlng '"it in the Norlliern ports, md the inUofliiii' |iiuii:u iu ii of the war so far as lighting Is to oii-l it. The ret nut of our army back to Dull run, liu.* verified our anticipation*: ami n.>w the publication of General tleaun can a reiiort ol tho battle of MiiiassJts, w? think , tend* htroiu'ly to si pp?>rt our \ lews, ami to prove who in r ally resfKinslble for their realization. O-ir read ers v, ill ilml an abstract of thia report in our uoluiutt* to day. It statcH that: ? <lem>*l Konirenrd opens with a statement of lil< position antecedent to th- lattle, end nt ihe plan promised "v him io Uvgovmnm nt 01 a junction ol the unmra nf the Sb?tutn iloa1! and Put im ie, with a view P> lb-' relief nt M .v\Un<l and the rapture of thecltyof Washington, which plan wan re je"t?i' b> th" J* resident. Ueneral is. ?ta;-,'? thai he irle <;tt*pbed the \\ ,ir Depurinimtl on the I3ih of July, of the c Hi trie) lain iit u kori General McDowell, urgeuty aiUni; fur a junc t on of General Johnston's forces with hi* own, and eoutlnu* 'I to make urgent requests f.ir the aamr unt 1 tt" 17th of July, when the President uuusented to order Quueral JoUu ?tot. t<i hta aasiaunce. N> w here in proof poni live, that , before Ihrhattlenf Mn~ t la Kit, 1 "ret " 't 'i ' Daii* dirt c-ntml th ? m of th ' arm./. He rrjrtUd ths < Ixn nt' <;-nrral heairrjwd, totals Washington i:nd rtHfte ifan/lnrui; ami when (Jen ral Ileftin oj-ard knew of the a> Ink uf fiMneral Mr Hi well, ho telegraphed the fact to the War nejiartinent, on ibnl.lMi of July, "urgently eakliiK f'-r ajumllon of OneiaUohu ?ton'* Toicea w lib bis owu.'' The request not Ixilng grant ed, he ''cvutiuue'.i io make urgcul rc^uoBls* for tne -ame until the 17th of Jmy, teVn the I'rttidml rmi- ntt l to nr<Ur .Inb-nxt -n t.i his ilfsi J; mrr," tier il j >:oi/ wtuituivt, uf Ike ab:ululc contrvl ami rettrain! of 1 l'icjul-nt Varit Over the aimu before the ba'U* tj Mw'fas. Iff know J're.'i d*nt /'ami, on the tktitle filet ont.-rert 'tie. pur-uit to Ite arreri'tl. Hut General Boaitregard'a tevtimony d<H* not end with this report, lu hi- lettei laid before Congreia, very Ker.crsily known In Rirhmoi.d, hn e?mpiaino<t bittcrlroi biM not lieinc enabled. or allowed, to realize ibtt fruit* of lug victory at Maua?*?F, by ioiiowin(? up the mom*. iu>th b fo:e and after tliix battle, we tbiX! Slid Grne nl Heaurz fir A. nn'A the. army, rigorously under the contrvl rf 1'ren den' l:i" ??, mul he it rr*i*-nn>Je, to a great degne. Jar tU ina/JivUy. Eve ybody dislike* disagreeable truths; and very often the tit ?t impulHe towa.ds tlioee who loll disBRiee able truths, in opposition? ^otne limes hate. It iluttnr* M-ir-rompia, enr.y . and relievos fears, to suppo'-.a s..;no e\ 11 In'lueuce or bad mnttvi may actuate tlte info.tnant, ahd henee, thrso unpleasant things are uv.sappteh m, i ni and exagkeratlon< AGr-eic orator, lu a. Mr- s-in^ the Atlinu mi* . says, Mdcerning auuther, "Yuu uato.i tho truth he told you, and batiisiied hint, ami le w you ar* ready to raiao a inouutmntl over lib temalns." [From In* Richmond Kxaminer, October 31.] Some days ?!;..? a tviiimnnli ation app. ared in on* of our cui euip no .er>. and ah inn whit puriiorled to be a aynpeui ol < aural Una areirard's on total rejmrt of thn battle of th? 21st or Ju'y. 'I he writer states that be beta been permitted by tbat officer to read tl?i.i report, ami , an we may infer from tbe fact or lt& publication, without any restrictions as tuBociaet. The wliuie thing looks very much like an att'tnpt tu ucefcipy the puolic mind m sdvunMuf the regular publication of the documt ui , and il hardiy cons stent with the understood rule* ot' military etiquette We regret to observe >u< A an uneatme\i a.- to h-s reputatUni an if eviiieeil by ({? i? t il Bcaurtgtm' in this somewhat curious mo.lc of apixsaring boj'ore the public. Aftar ttraryyly dLclnring for three months (n mat* a report of this bat' It, In winch "ho country was an deeply ingrafted, and therety delaying the ^riw-iwn of m-imj meritorious otf;e-rs, who cnulii otherwise have b?en appointed for gallant oonduct in action, It is bar.i to un derstand why this ti-naral could tint have wait* d , at oast for a brief jKiriod, before rushing into print. W? can readily nnaflnn iluit the very worst. ennsoquonc.is will ensue, if I h in caw in to form a piecednut for other com raaud?rii In their c ?rresi?>tide>ice with (lie deptt tment. f.very sound rule of public i ml icy requires thai this c.ir re*i>'ndencc ah'.uM bn confidential, and published only when the depai intent Khali deem It pi ttdenl tn do so. In this synopsis. \\ hi; U we believe t < be a faithful one. wa tinrt it stated that, anterior to the battle, Oneral Beaure gard submitted it plan to thejfoterniuenL for a junction of Hi" armiea ot the Shenan.ioah and the Potomac, and an advance upoii Washington, and tii.it this plan was re jected by the Prase !eul. The connection between such a point and the in' iduntl of the seculld env-igemeut at H ill run is not very apparent, and the introduction of what c nnot regarded olhei w ise than us making up an l?? ? with the Prosident i?, wo believe, wii limit pre. a 'ent. lor the failure to advance, prior to the battle of Ma nassas, no one blames cither tleneral Beauregard or his official superiors. We had nol then measured our strength with the enemy, we had won no victory, and hardly knew what we could do. I'.ut after the enemy had beun Oornpic tely routed ; w hen bit army was demoralized . when he h id not had time to complete his work - around Washington, why was it thai due. advantage um no'. tht.n In!. ? n uf ihi.i stat ? of things f This Is a qiiCKtiuu ii|?iu which p. blic opinion is nearly unanimous in its answer, b'lt whilst th?i 1'uilui e to advance Is regretted byall *.-< a deplorable ov?r Sif ht , wc are certain that there ik a <llB!*?il inn t,,. hnilevo tout those who have lliu cuntro! of tin: Inalter have nctod with the inift motives, and perhaps have hail suiiicieut re. -? im lor an inacilou which, with the lights before uh, appears totally iucxidicnb e. fKrntn tho Charleston Courier, Oct. 81.] Tho President of the (JoBl'ederato St.tl e? ciuia it defend himself Hum newspapers an I their eori<?pomfamt?, nor can he p rsdnally resent rude, and, u? other men, insult ing language. Officer* under him, bigh in command, are nfMn mm represented, yet cannot dmend themselves beiore the public. Beauregard's official .'eoort of tho buttle of U urissas is not before the p'.b le. One proli-sses to have und to pub lifh what been:is? synrtpHis, and .inder these cir. ;.w r uu ea oblcrfuy u attempted to be heaped u, on the l'ie Bl'leut. The synopsis, assuming it to bo correct, states that the Pre. i ten* anil (ienrrf l lieauregard ilitf'i-red about a ; Im /i. njtrr i h/ the latb r It doe-- not appear even now what was In the report, but it re.a.os to a tilau proposed lieforo tbegreat SiicotMS of our arms. There Is no intini.it mn of a ditt'erence between these liiRh functionaries aiwir our aueoess. Wo rejoice, and ev?n boast of ourselves. and yet undor take to condemn withoii' knowielge the plans which we must suppose produced it. nnd to determine without ei 1 enence what wo.ilo have been the result of a diflerent course. 1 am neither soldier nor politician, and if I was both I have not all the facts upon which to base a judgment, much less the reasons which would probubly InUueuoe tho mind in formation ui itpj'i lament. [l'rom the Richmond cnrrosimndence of the Columbia - ili ( aroiltiian.J My note b * Vien leiained, and in the mean timel have sei a i' !o in tie- Meritry, of the 28tli of Bb'p tember, i a ? , ' JtWiics t<> ? i i. u i's on the Poto mac.'' Gem > i H turf. I'd caUeit myalii'i iontoit.atui j auOwrued ??' '?<> ti<n 1 >t;i laiiirally tl i: that "he hiplanih-' > ?' l>a iv for I are to <jvim?e im the enemv and 'hn' i! t > t t-m refusal." li.t/i > he nieoiiS of k i win/, an I have good remon to bei;?vc that Uenerula .lohnst n, H a od and Kniitli , ai h ir I ill acco'd wilh tho President ( wa? is now heie) a? to tho policy ot the existing operat-;.,n- m the army. [1-V ihi i'ne .'itiaut<? intelliKenonr.] t Shortly after t.l 111 tie at Maua-sas Plains a disposition wss manifested ly vt iso men of the p ' Sgallove' tlio South to censm e tioneral iieauregard for bis non-purs it of the enemy " on i? Washington!" We, then.an.i bat e eve: since, used our pen in bis defence. Now that the lUl'.eial reisirt made by that gallant soldier of thai g >?. battle U before the p ibllo, we S'?e an imt'oriant reason ad 'need , other than we supisised did exist, for not pur s i . i.? the nen^ fnrtliir than w.ts ordered. H appears t,. ..v ii. tt the f'-rces of Beaurei.ard amounted to bit '2-- yu men, 7 .000 only or whom had bi-eu engaged in the tii. ui. With this vast disparity of force*, would it have h i wi?e o goou general/ship to have pursued tlra euwiy "ou to V. .isbingH' T" [l'rom tlie At'-uita Confederacy, Oth. J C.eu. Rett: i regard Ls a gonui.ie , a lot. li.?w <l?T?mt from those who revign borausn everything do?* not pi. it ! tliem. liishcstii is as big as iiis country's wan1*, aim he nobly 'ooks to meeting the 4 sni u.Js of patriotism, and ot to his own glory or ix-efe tuent. All honor for ever to his natuo, and to any man ;owieinicd of s-icb a noble and uiiseltlsh nature.' Whai next will the two or tb ee tournals do that liave b -eo 1 1 ymg t<? get up a differ ence beiwecn him and I'rseldtant L'avis. and to force him to resign? Woad?r if they will feel encouraged' THE REBEL POLICY REGARDING INVAJTOK BY THE NORTHERN NAVAL EXPEDI TIONS. (From the Now Orleans T-ue Delta.] As fully as It was in our i?owor to give it, we laid be fore our readers in our moruiug issue tho details and pan?ral* pertaining to tbaanormoiia fl?et mid larjr* ? IJtioohi Iihh i,?iouFllily lie-^i atclied for the eou'piuat < f tuo coil n MuU * but really, it iwciii to iih, to make a diver sion by wh'ih tiii urmy on the I "tit :im<imay b? r?liwod, now that h known the Smith- it. i n i.t ovtriird no tmprtiomnf, n mirnl nr tirtaletl, he i?iri ate, ran fr tlir > intrri I U> tjen. lie lur y i ni < tiiyoro" .? jirn<riJ. I nf the war. I'luti hlu a<>ldie< I still oee.ni) tholr Virginia Oninpn; that M i viand is still proetrale, b'll not do at hi* feci; Hut a Diet, extedinc tu numb of aimed Bt HiMtTH and . lormiduMn pr"PH nt oi'B for land oi*iatlui? any aver before yeut upon a h"B lllii errand, is iittiiiking our batlariiH huiI foreinif our harbors; I iucolu may from lilt boart return daily thanki tu the paralyzing Influence ;i.:<t b ,p ?ni ry Oi the "lli? in *? at Kicliitiond, who ha* I nth'v i 'i-ua lo pnh servv than tl. H" the h< 'ule h it rt *it m il loyal 11* Hire. -wd contemplate' 'vleu.lf let Hl tii', he wor.lii hive c i" i:'e<l V rgmia of th iilu. it republican h>ioiis, occupied \Vw>h 1: gtoii an<l r ''stored Mtryl tnd 10 ihi? so >th, 1 4>t us, h w eviT, I'ndcivor tp forrc ill ihis.audln li> ; M m of our own |Ntti iriic Creole Kol'ller, lluiik at tbl- inn.' "n'y of what our c ? ntry ? ?*purt x of w. i e p i-ttvn <?(' JtVcti huntera ? r olllreho dara, or tliirlr camarilla Ti c Ani"t<''i Iiiw m.ido itr ft n dfio n l -iti'.i' ii i ns tyn ? ,y. tl.* t< l ;:iai'! ) Fiicroh'.iiil.v f. ro>?l out hilt-ricH ni '"ort itoy i ' , mid i> .infi il iiu'> lb* |n.i- I"* ii ' i of ilu- iiiii i'ii. lay, tu doll moo i 'font ri NMiaiiOt . It ih not cxtrav: iMi tllim, to kii|' iiiih t tat , by this time, th ? blond ol many Southern mo h?* bom Bullied while d' oii liiiu tl"* r U< >iii(f?. their iiiM.i'.icH ii, ti.' ir in, ; iry ; i lid that. I I' ro man) t>y?, battle# ii, n aerioaa tu their '"mtitift' afid fmun qui aqua*** than any n| fought will h v been 4a? tirniiuwl on tbe soil if (,e.i;ii r l"amltna. If th * eimii ho* in '1/ Hi. r s 'here tl a i'l 'itx I- hi# l -f'tir- o'hrr nriitiit"*' ?. ' imnUH it i"J i' . will i ? ? ?i mi ft?Vi t S' tit' , ami l-thn > .V ?n rf 'n nn 'ii rumnuni ' r tf th. rVf e Ktfm. w'i> 'i ?*? aim j?; (? 'm ' m< vii< <(?? ird i nu </ "'?/ ii.' tu thr h unuirr < 7i i r r t i v ' in"'Lr u;> n I'*. llitif. jmiIii iciH.ii ?' thin y i>-jc ' i !-? hi' in*- ? ? li' liM to' i lni ?; tti- arming i f hi* a tvi i ? p uiihh; ;'V ?! nt tb<*ir u ?. ' i.-, i!i' liunt ing tli?'iii l" m'rvl1* re, II' >t 'bti dul'.eai iniirch i!Ki? -n in flpaih*r hie iuwii'lun and ni pi t hi ii' i hi vat purpohn, thar<':'m >?, avi-i vthiag |?>"i if fur u? to do to ii,t in tho <1 ulMiou "f ti ? f i> nil" l a ? landed at Port K ynl, ? liotiid h" limuodian ly .no-ii W - n bfforv i' ih tool.ii '. /Af wrttehrd nriniinii rati ,i 1'i ur vfftairr, i i.ir! > ' left h# hr<}UrM> ni* th* (>, '<**, '/?hA.iii' t < i. t mutt* ,' I- V thr n-imi.t re, in r I'ttl n Am fm** JKnl i.td -"S/'l elnt't, irr f r.ij.i iuitly f'l' ' ' I I ' 'H4 Hill, hnit'i ft , i ixiiii.viti on i i rut, ami hi. tier i ' 'k <r ,1 1 itol , lt? I' MAl, ' rr, ( lift i/hiii i uliuti or' n m /*'' inch t ?/' our tiTn. Dry by Ik' trroit n) tin tit itulrr. t;a>rgi^ aril rio'ith (Carolina, their tlnv.lrmin l?*rf'a, mid their iudi*|"*tiili*r<w and aalcty aro .!? ear ti Up .<? our xvii |. and Us |MiO|ile; IIikm l'o<a what"V?r aid ill ii en. ii;i v !al or counsel it may be in our power lo ud hi tluiiii ? boidil ho promptly and woii mii'i'Hod beforo i ho oneiiiy lias obiiunt d a lure tootti iid? a d fti riiiiih . ned i in>u*'ii Impri'LU ably In it ii|?m " r -?i th ru nil. lit' w sii ano? iiro harbor a:r> hi aorinalbh* rondr/voim i t h'.- Khi;*. ind lr Ki|is and if ill biy at Port ltoyal Is cilnilde f.ir h' - p irtu Kn lie hah nbown h ? w !1 mak<* tow Kac iflees to oh a.n and liolu it. 'in o- r -art I hi"? ?lioul l lc eq al di'tnniilnaiion to |irovvnt Una or, as *v liavo often hofore roinm lvd our reader, it ?? 1-tt i J r bw t'uita t m ike all t*ix ttiL eii rifin t la tin vxir rrmntr ff m her mm fr-tiliin than lo nvit- ii here by lnk< w? mn- '>r h 'vltaiiey when others a a ana l, d nr mona.-rd. II. th o 'Oinii i nun -e in tblH le^p-'i t haM earn d p .bl c optlii 'll and |nih io action wub if I^t h. then, "Ui'.o no re k ?? if w.' ami t in ?in aeenpiahla ahap<* give atr-in th to tha r.'.inmnn cauno by co-operat,n ? with our br<'tbr< n in (ioorgia. AFFAIRS IN FLORIDA. OUR KKT VVKST CORRB8PONDKNCB. K*v Nov. 11, 1*01. Jwlgr Marvin's Charge to th* Graiid Jury <m the ia l.ect of Trt run, itc. lu a Into rhargn to thn tiriiut .Itiry Jadgn Marvin (til cussed at cou> ldarablo length the law <m tbn stbjrct of r. iwon. He said iho crime of treason against the Culled 8t ii*s Is defined by the constitution: ? "Treason:' a rint the United u;."K Khali consist only m levying war i.ga.rst them, or In ieb'-iiig to their enetnl'-t, giving them aid and oomfort." 11 la well known, be s>i , dm, thai seve ra' armlet are assembled lu the differem > iu<.uern State! for the purpose of overthrowing thn g vnrnmnnt of the United Mates. This Is levying war, and is tr 0*11*1 against the United HaWw, aan all person* who pv.i'orm any part, however minute or however remote from thn Kconnof action, rd I who are actually l-aguxd lu ih'j general conspiracy, are to be conidensd as trai tors. Not only tar persons actually assembled in arms are guilty of trengon, but all tboiw who ire joins 1 or o nledei ate : iu the general conspiracy . ami who do or peiioim ? .v <? t t act, however initiate, or however dis tant t'n<.u ' amarablcd armies, in or.lnr t., a/lvanc the otgecl "i Ui general oinaplrucv, nr. also guilty of t ea Soii. IImhw |?i:h<i|im who mii.h-1 recroKM for tin rebel army, ?' who u< i an coniinlsmirioM or <piai uirniaMera, t?y purchasing or forwarding provisions or * ii'les Of any kind for the army, Coverno s of Suites who o-rior out iho militia to recruit or rainier. o the rebel army, a.'id even privato individuals wlio lend money or advance supplier of any kind, Willi a vl-w to OKCisi ii m liutuining tint reliul uriny in the Sell , are all guilty of treason, and eai h offender may be Indi- tod for 1:1s iivvu act of treason in the district where hu com mit!' it. as to the second branch of the definition of truaaon against tliu United States- -"adhering to their enemies, givklg then aid and comfort" ? he said the term "? ne m: a as hui-e used msans foreign enemies ? prsohf bo longing to a foreign sailon with winch tna I' niton stats* may b* at w?r. it ha*, thu-tbre, n-> application to t.iu present condition of a/Tai's. The persons u w assembled inarms auainsl the United Stat -a are not. m legal language, ? or.om.eB," but they arc citizens or r< sl dent* ot th United Slates , aud a* sueh owe ?Uegituiuo to th- 1 r.iinfl iK.tw thciawiii g tho tato ?rd>i..in> is 0 S"ce^rion. Tltey aie not enemii s, but iraliors. Tho Hiate ordinances of eeos'lon hive not discharg' d tho cinzena "I hr .eciMed Stauw fr.im their obligations of allor.an. ? t?. tin i nitftd Slaies and madn tnain aiiana and fireikUeis. Th-so ordinances art* all In coutraven> iou of Uic c institution ot tho Unite 1 States ? the suprem,' law ? and are null au i void. also, in contemplation >.f ilia laws of th" United autcs, itx- (imfeiioiute >;ovbrtin>.'nt is n< givernnt r.t, tud car.tiot disehtugo the inhabitants 01 tbeir iillogisnco to the Unitod -tut s t-". : rotmt l hum in tho ooot tx ot l he United St:. ton agutnsi tho pains and penalties of trea~ n uommittod against t?e I uited -t ies; until the ? 'nlederate govirnnn ni is mogeiited b the Priutident and < migrws, tlio courts must cm ider tiat it has no ox i tot" o. ilelore a . H.iviuti in for treason can lio h id , Dm jmrt icu larovo l act with wllicti the aoeuned may be < barged tfitir-i be |iiov" by two witiM'ssos; b.n tho two wtt iKvsea lo the s.imo ov rt ;ict ueod uot b : before tUa gra:id jury Inordei to warrant tli-ir Uniting a tiuo bill, n tin; jury are satislioo. troin "io evi ieuoe before them, that any jierson i.-i g'lllty ol tli? crimfe, and thai tw ? witnesses to the Mno ovoi t act may bii prtxfxed on tho trial, tb-.y will be u.i nulled in finding a true bill. ! IIECIIUITJNG KOIi THB NAVY. I It l? woi thy of reniai k that while recruiting for the army has b' . n so i<>ng dormant, naval r.'oruitinij has been active enough to supply cthcient crews to the large Hoc; or purchos d and te-wly b'lilt ?osx -!s which has be. i a?M"d to out navy during the Lust six tuoul lia. the u ? mix::- 01 m- U?8e.imtn, ordinary seamen, tan ismcn and boys ? nhtpped at ail the nimJ reudozio. n in the Htato- , ha ni'laittayetl Itttlhan me Hums anil week. Ft r s<>ni? time Uoston alone averaged three hundnd men weekly , and New ^ ork occasionally exceeded tbir num ber, though the uverage hue been about two hundred. I.ihi we k uot more than one hundred and forty men were sliipiwd hero, one- 01 the ofiices being closed m con sequent of the sitknir-s of t!i" Lieutenant in eh irge. Many men bn\n been rcccted ate y in this city, who, it is plated, wero o .mpetunl ordinary seamen. 'Ibis is rather strange. as ttie a rnand for cucti nieu will c>nuuue active for .>in'' time to conn-. Koprrseniauons li.ivo be n ma e t- ? th p opoi naval a iinorili-s ;tiat there is s >me irre^ni-ii iiy in the method ol .-hipping men he o, which call ni?i-dy correcltdb. It i* alleged that the men pre-ent' by pome parties aro mnro easily shipped tlun those pre tiled by others. II thin bo really tne (Metheniri- -'ties should l iso no limn in investigating the mailer. I ?<~.n -e g -od men are wanted now as much as ever th. y wero, no matter who may take ibtwn to trio rendezvous, ltle ? I* no pr-tnium i' ii I for a.-reptati e soamcti but lli< pe who pr<s-?t them for plnpinont f-ii.ru.l;. pi ovid? their outllt, or have some claim on tiio muu for board. BECnUITINO FOB THE ARMY. For the 1a t two months there tias hern very little busl" a?ss done at any ot tho regu.ar recruiting otllces in this city, tiie enlistments not averaging moro thin six or se.en per week. it was no uncsual tiling forttfo or three days to pass without an aduit appi.uant making his ap p< arance, boys were plentiful enough. At last, however, there wo i i^iJt of improvement, and it ^c-ems probable tbal ag ear uuiitbi-r of recruits will be enisled during the wint"r m ntns. Tlie regular offices in New York are:-? For general service, No. 116 Cedar htieut, Captain Hiu.k head, t ilth Infantry , No. i># Chatham st:eei, I.ieutecant Sprole, Fourth iiilantry , aud No. 130 Hud- on street, with two branches, I .ten tenant Perkins, Second cavalry. For the KkIiUi infantry, headquarter* at Fort Hamilton, an nfllce baa bee* opened at the cot ;n-r of Sixteenth street a?d First avenue, Captain Met. Dye in charge, the t welfth infantry is lecr.utitig it No. TO < da-ham street, <Vtetn I 'alias and the Fifth artillery, at No. 3 Greenwich si-ect, Captain - the number of men enlist' <1 at thw-e niBotw last week was twenty tli ee. and in a idition eluven m-tgic boys were sworn in ai the Chatham street ?mi ( e Ikr str>"t general reml' zvous. TTie reports from the country stations are more favora i ble than th?y have been for some time. BuSklo ^e.,t in ; nine men oi l Rochester four men o. Saturday. When the canal navigation is closed (which will be rery shju-t I l/t 8 ireral (it llio country stati ns (Kufl^lo In par. i? >a r) '? wul Is- k > grev nuuilier - f men. and th re is no I that many of the ue n thrown out ol employment win Urni ' th .r way to New York :.sd itudte a satwlactory mora { lion lu the iecruinug returns.

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