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nt for me to encounter the night air, but I will do myself the pleasure to call upon you in the morning. Very truly and sincerely yours, The President.John Tyler. Note to the President, enclosing telegraphic Dispatch. Friday Evening. 7 o'clock, Jan. 25, 1861. My Dear Sir: The enclosed telegraphic dispatch is this moment received. May I be permitted to hope that it is based on an unfounded report? If not, will you do me the favor to inform me on what day the Brooklyn received her orders, on what day she sailed, and whether she has recruits for any Southern port? and if so, for which? With high regard, yours, most truly. John Tyler. The President of U. S. President's reply. 25TH January, 1861. My Dear Sir: I have just received your note. The orders were given to the Brooklyn, I believe, on Monday or Tuesday last; certainly before your arrival in this city. She goes on an errand of mercy and relief. If she had not been sent, it would have been an