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owledge, fifty-eight barrels of pork and beef, five hogsheads of molasses, two casks of vinegar, with large supplies of flour and potatoes. The supply of fuel, which was good, had been lately increased by a drifting raft which was secured. As to the arms, our informant reports five Columbiads, 10 inches, in the yard, mounted on granite, two ranging towards the city, one towards Sullivan's Island, and one towards Fort Johnson. There are also four Columbiads, eight inches, bearing on Fort Morris, three of the same calibre on 'Cummings' Point, and four that can be brought to bear on Mount Pleasant or Sullivan's Island at choice. No reinforcements in men have been received. Letter from Hon. Edward Everett. The following letter was read at the great Union meeting held in Faneuil Hall, Boston, on Tuesday: Washington Feb. 2, 1861. My Dear Sir: --I much regret that it is not in my power to be present at the meeting to be held in Faneuil Hall next Tuesday. I have