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nd I advise all persons who may wish merely to gratify their curiosity, to stay away from here. Such persons do no good, and take up the room and food of those who come for other purposes. I make this suggestion because our city is overrun with that class of men. Let soldiers come — strong soldiers — brave soldiers — fighting soldiers — undaunted soldiers. The fleet lies outside still. No doubt now they will be joined by others in a few days and an attempt will be made to land; If so, you will hear of blood and carnage. You will see from the papers that during the two days bombardment, and even when Maj. Anderson raised his flag of distress repeatedly, the fleet took no notice of him, nor did they attempt to come to his assistance. The commander of the fleet offered to take Anderson and his men off, and the latter indignantly refused to be carried away by them, and our Government, at his special request, sent the Major and men by our steamer, the Isabel. Virginius