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Pensacola. --The editor of the Mobile Register, who has visited this important point, says that it is impregnable against Major Brown and the fleet, and that it will not take very long to render the abandonment of Fort Pickens a matter of military necessity — Its adds: Yet there is a difference among military men and civilians, too, as to the policy of an attack upon Pickens, even with the certainty of its reduction. The reason for the attack is that the United States flag insults, while it files over a soil declared to be independent of the Government it emblems, and that honor demands it should be expelted at every cost. This is true, but it is also true that it is no more insulting to-day than it was two weeks or two months ago, and if we have put up with that insult for several months because we could not help it, may we not do so for a time longer if it is a manifest advantage to the cause and our ultimate triumph!--Those against the attack urge that the presence of a
Movements of Government vessels. --U. S. steamer Quaker City arrived at New York on Friday from Fortress Monroe. She was relieved on the blockade, off the Capes of Va. by the U. S. gun boat Star, but will return in a few days. The store-ship Supply, from Key West on the 2d, also arrived at New York on Friday. The steamers Crusader, Wyandotte and Water Witch were at key West, all well. The latter two were going shortly to Fort Pickens.