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iversary of the birth of Christ. When you write say if you got my letter dated 1st of January. Do not send me any money, as I have made arrangements with Colonel Corcoran for all I want. My health never was better. Be of good cheer; all will be right. Kiss little Mary for me. My love to mother, sister and the little boys. Your affectionate husband. J. W. Dempsey. Recovery of Gen. M'Clellan. The Washington telegraphic correspondent of the New York Herald, under date of the 14th inst., says: General McClellan has quite recovered from his recent illness, and is now able to devote himself to business. Those whose impatience had induced them to murmur at the to them apparently unreasonable delay of any great military movement, will soon have occasion to acknowledge their error.--General McClellan confides his plans to none, except as they are to be executed. His purpose is to effectually crush out the rebellion, and restore the public peace and the integrity of the
s, the Government of the Republic believes that it complies with one of its principal duties by placing within your reach the cardinal idea which shall be the basis of its policy in the present state of affairs. The interest of all is concerned, and if all are bound as good sons of Mexico, to contribute their intelligence, their fortune, and their blood towards the salvation of the Republic, all claim an equal right to be informed of the conduct and proceedings of the Government. On the 14th of the present mouth the Governor of the State of Vera Cruz received an intimation from the Commander of the Spanish naval forces to evacuate that city and the fortress of Ulloa, which that Commander announces his determination to hold as a security until the Government of the Queen of Spain shall be satisfied that the Spanish nation shall be treated in future with the consideration which is due, and that the compacts between both, Governments shall be religiously observed. The Spanish offic
er has further told me that a shell from the rebel batteries, aimed at the Pensacola threw the dirt right over the soldiers that manned the batteries at Budd's Ferry. I have just been on board the Yankee, where I was told by Mr. Ely that on the boat returning to the Yankee last evening, a shot from the upper battery at Cockpit Point came so close to the boat as to splash the water into her. The evacuation of Romney by the Yankees. From the Wheeling (Va.) Intelligencer, of the 14th inst., we obtain the following particulars of the last evacuation of Romney by the Federal troops: We learn by officers who arrived last evening from Patterson's creek, that our forces left Romney in considerable of a hurry on Friday night about six o'clock, and reached Patterson's creek on Saturday morning about five. The order to back up was received about two o'clock on Friday afternoon, and the greatest excitement and curiosity. Existed in the camp, Some of the company were compe