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t supply. Jefferson Davis had notified Gov. Letcher of his intention to take command of the troops, and would plan the operations of attack.--Col Lee and Gen. Beauregard would have command of a force of several thousand. My informant further says that he was told that there were five men who had taken an oath to assassinaorning Lieut. Slemmer and his garrison will wake up and look on an empty camp. A gentleman came through Montgomery within the past week and stated that General Beauregard was not there, nor has he been to any of the places which he was reported at the North to have been in — Richmond, Mobile, Charleston, Montgomery, or Pensacola. His movements are very mysterious. A bet of $500 was offered and accepted in Delmonico's Hotel, in this city, that General Beauregard was killed at the bombardment of Fort Sumter. All the volunteers of the South concentrate in Montgomery, and are sent North. As a general thing they are a most desperate and blood-t