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the Secessionists here. Another says that her guard has been temporarily sent to the yard to protect the store-houses, which are said to be threatened with sacking by the number of unemployed men in the two communities, &c.--We give them for what they are worth, vouching for nothing contained in them. The Portsmouth Transcript, of yesterday, adds: A report is circulating here that the U. S. steam-frigate Brooklyn has orders to take in stores at once for a four months cruise. Madame Rumor has not disclosed the destination, but, as a matter of course, every one says Charleston. One thing is certain, steam was gotten up aboard of her this morning, and she may go up to the yard before night. A Collector for Charleston nominated. A Washington dispatch, of Wednesday, says: Instead of the expected message, however, the President sent in to the Senate an important nomination for Collector of the Revenue in the neighborhood of Charleston harbor.--The name of the i