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The National crisis. Interesting from the South--letter from Edward Everett — Comparative population of the Northern and Southern Confederacies — Washington dispatches. The Montgomery (Ala.) correspondent of the Charleston Mercury, writing on the 2d inst., of the Cotton States' Convention, says: Alabama'sPoint, and four that can be brought to bear on Mount Pleasant or Sullivan's Island at choice. No reinforcements in men have been received. Letter from Hon. Edward Everett. The following letter was read at the great Union meeting held in Faneuil Hall, Boston, on Tuesday: Washington Feb. 2, 1861. My Dear Sir: -the cry go forth from Faneuil Hall, and ring through the land, that the Union must and shall be preserved! [Great cheering.] Your friend and fellow-citizen Edward Everett. Washington dispatches. The United States troops now in garrison in this city, in the vicinity of the War Department, the President's House, and the