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ds of questions. Indeed, the people of Charleston presented a striking contrast in gentlemanly behavior towards us on our arrival and departure; although large numbers were present on both occasions, not a single offensive word was spoken or act committed. We are all here in great need of clothing, and in many cases without a single cent to procure any of the different things essentially necessary. I received some funds from a relative in Richmond, which have been expended, and Lieutenant Connolly and myself are among the bankrupts for some days past. I am well satisfied, there are some in Charleston who would divide their last dollar with me, but I cannot accept it, as there appears to be no possible way of repaying, perhaps for years. Indeed, some gentlemen were so kind as to make inquiry if I needed anything, to which I replied in the negative; and while at Richmond I received a communication from a gentleman from Montgomery, Ala., who is said to be one of the wealthiest g