ave the desired effect of closing the innumerable monied butcher shops here, and place upon an equality all Southern moneys, and at the same time raise its value to an approximation of its real worth.
It is understood that the price of pork will be regulated by the Council, and fixed at seven dollars and fifty cents per hundred.
A British man-of-war off Charleston, S. C.
The Charleston Courier, of the 9th, says:
The English steam ship-of-war Racer, of eleven guns, Capt. Algernon Lyons, arrived off this harbor on Friday afternoon last.
She left New York on Tuesday, and has brought dispatches to Her Britannie Majesty's Consul.
The latter visited her on Saturday morning in the steamer Carolina, and the Racer soon after left for Port Royal, from which place she is expected to return this day and will soon after sail for New York.
The fleet off Charleston.
The Courier, of the 9th, says:
On Saturday last there were in sight near this harbor, the followin