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ammunition, and any quantity of grenades of a destructive character have been prepared for use at close quarters. There have been no desertions; no disaffection exists, and the entire command entertain the highest respect and even admiration for Major Anderson, with whom they are ready to stand or fall in their country's defence.-- New York Times. Feeling Toward the South in Kentucky. The Louisville Courier, a Democratic paper, in noticing the introduction in the Legislature by Mr. Harrison, of a resolution "requesting the President to withdraw the troops from the forts and fortifications in the seceding States," says: Before we would ever consent to get on our knees to South Carolina in this sort of begging the question style, we would declare the United States Government a nullity at once; beg the rebel States to take such of its remains as might please them, and let us, like underlings, dodge about between the mighty legs of King Pickens, seeking dishonorable graves
Volunteer relief Association. --We are requested to ask the collectors for this Association, for the relief of the poor, to pay over, promptly, any money they have collected, to the Treasurers of their Collecting Committee, Samuel J. Harrison, Esq. They are, also, requested to collect any subscription which has not yet been paid. Those who may be disposed to aid in this good work, can do so by making contributions to any member of the Executive Committee, or the chairmen of the various Divisions, or to John Stewart Walker, the Treasurer of the Association. The gentlemen who have been engaged in this good work, have divided the city into eight divisions, with a chairman, or supervisor for each. These divisions are sub-divided into 54 districts; to each of which two active gentlemen are appointed. They are volunteers in aid of this laudable undertaking, and it is their duty (which they have well discharged) thoroughly to canvass their district, to see the poor at their