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e, was thronged with ladies and gentlemen, and the street was crowded with excited citizens. Standing upon the steps of the Custom House, brief and stirring addresses were delivered by Dr. Woodcock, Gen. Niel Robinson, Gen. Lawler, Gen. Butler, Dr. Lyle, Robert H. Smith, Mayor Withers, and Hon. George N. Stewart. It was announced that a despatch had been received from the Governor, to the effect that he expected that Mobile would raise a hundred thousand dollars for the defence of the city. Gen. Robinson and Gen. Lawler immediately put down their names for a thousand dollars each, Dr. Lyle, of Mississippi, for two hundred and fifty, and other gentlemen for other sums. A committee was appointed to canvass the city and obtain subscriptions. The military paraded the streets. The Cadets were out in force, bearing the splendid flag which was presented them the day previous, and is a most gorgeous banner, and, with the Independent Rifles, marched to Bienville Square, where they fir