e, writing from Kingston, Jamaica, February 5, says:
On the afternoon of the 30th ult., the citizens of Kingston had the opportunity of hailing for the first time, in their own harbor, the "stars and bars" of the Confederate States.
A small schooner, of about sixty tons, sailed up from Port Royal, flying the rebel bunting from her masthead, and was hailed with undisguised delight by many of the good citizens of this city.
She entered regularly at the custom-house, reporting "from Sabine, Texas," and at the Commercial Exchange as the "Isabel," (no name painted on her,) "from Louisiana" She brings 96 bales of cotton, which, it is said, has been sold in this market.
The condition of things in Western Virginia.
The Wheeling Intelligencer, of Monday, says:
We learn from a gentleman who arrived on Saturday from Sutton, in Braxton county, that there is a great deal of suffering among the people of that and adjoining counties.
The men, who are nearly all Secessionists,