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The Portland (Me.) Argus publishes the following correspondence:-- dear Sir:--I am requested by Secretary Mallory to indite you a few lines soliciting your acceptance of a commission, commanding in the Confederate Navy of America; your pay to go on from the late of secession of your native State, (South Carolina.) Your high capabilities and qualifications as a seaman and navigator, and knowledge in angles, &c., &c., and associations of your honorable family, proclaim you to be a man uth Carolina, but, thank God, left it in my childhood days with all my family. I will take employ here before the mast, in preference to your highest encomiums. As a gentleman, I was in duty bound to reply to your letter; let it be your last to me. The American Flag — long may she wave O'er the land of the free and the traitor's grave. C. Lee Moses, A Northern-made Sailor and Unionist. The Argus states that Captain Moses is a relative of Senator Benjamin.--N. Y Evening Post, May 18.