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ng is the correspondence which passed between Ex-President John Tyler and President Buchanan, soon after the arrival of the former in the city of Washington: Fromderation and respect, your most obedient servant, John Tyler. His Excellency James Buchanan, President United States. The President's reply. Wednesday Aftow morning as early as you please. From your friend, Very respectfully, James Buchanan, His Excellency John Tyler. Note to President--no. 2. Wednesday Evin no way connected with South Carolina. Your friend, very respectfully. James Buchanan. His Excellency John Tyler. P. S.--I was prepared to send my message in ave unfortunately adjourned over until Monday. Ex-President Tyler to President Buchanan. Brown's Hotel, Jan. 28th, 1861. My dear Sir: I leave this city tich you refer, in relation to Fortress Monroe. Yours, very respectfully, James Buchanan. His Excellency John Tyler. The correspondence was accompanied by th
make up their minds to back square down to the nigger equality Despot, or to join heart and soul with the South. The private interview between a distinguished New York member and a no less distinguished Western Senator, which occurred last night, inclines me to the belief that there is something in the wind, probably in the nature ofcoup d'etat when the time for counting the vote of the Electoral College arrives. But the aforesaid Senators will hardly be a party to it. Scott and Buchanan have had a quarrel because the former can't have his own way about piling company after company of soldiers upon this devoted city. Three hundred are here now, with I know not how many batteries of flying artillery. A camp is to be formed back of the City Hall; workmen are busy all day and all night erecting barracks not far from the President's House; the Capltol is already environed by cannon, and a large force is in possession of the Arsenal. --An oath of fidelity to the Union is being