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From Charleston.[Special correspondence of the Dispatch.] Charleston, Feb. 22, 1861. Our people have not forgotten the birthday of Virginia's great and glorious son, and the Father of his Country. The day was ushered in by booming of cannon, and it is to be a gala day here, favored as we are with beautiful spring like weather. No Carolina will never forget the anniversary of the birth of Washington, however she may despise the oppressions of his degenerate sons. The report of the new Cabinet at Montgomery, which I gave you yesterday, is regarded here as official. Whether or not the gentlemen selected will take office, is not yet known. Several of the Cabinet are not widely known, but all of them are regarded as able men and of unimpeached character. President Davis will certainly be here on Tuesday next, when a grand reception awaits him. It would be a pleasant trip (only 26 hours) for some of your gentlemen of leisure to visit the ancient and now renowned city
Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.Affairs at Portsmouth. Portsmouth, Va., Feb. 22, 1861. This is a great day with the people here. Nearly all business is suspended and there is a general turnout to witness the splendid military parade. The Stars and Stripes are floating from the public buildings, and it is almost impossible for one to realize that our once glorious Union is numbered with the things that were before the flood. Portsmouth has suffered and is suffering immensely by the present distracted state of the country. Hundreds of honest men whose daily bread came from their daily toll are out of employment, as but little is doing in the Navy-Yard. If "Old Abe" were to pass through this region, every man, woman and child could assure him of his mistake, and teach him that everybody is "hurt." The Ocean House, at which I am stopping, is an immense building, and is worthy of the very generous patronage with which it has been favored.