llowing order issued to them:
"British Consulate, "Charleston, South Carolina, February 20.
"British subjects, residents of this place and vicinity, are desired to register, at the Consulate, their names, residence and occupations, at the earliest convenience.
"Those who have already received certificates of neutrality must bring them for inspection.
"All others must be prepared to exhibit papers, not only of their nationality, but of their neutrality. [Signed] "H.Pinckey Walker, "H. B. M. Acting Consul, Charleston."
A very active trade is progressing in Charleston.
There are large stocks and sales.
Ex-Governor Aiken is claimed by the Courier to have been a consistent Union man, unable to oppose the Confederacy.
He never used measures against the Yankee Government.
Legare Yates has been dismissed from the position of Chief of the Fire Department.
Laidler, of the Courier officer, is employed by the Yankee proprietor.