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ence holds Washington and awes Baltimore, let two grand armies, each 150,000 men, march simultaneously, the one through Virginia, and the other along the Mississippi base, the fleets mean while threatening Charleston and New Orleans. On looking over our recent French papers, (says the Charleston Courier,) we learn from the Journal of Havre, of the 9th ultimo, that the Secretary of the Navy has ordered a frigate to repair to the coast of South Carolina. This has been done, it is said, in consequence of the receipt of communications from President Davis. We learn from the Charleston papers that the gallant Palmetto Guard, CaptCuthbert, left that city on Thursday night for Richmond. L. P. Walker, Secretary of War, has accepted Major Flournoy's regiment of Arkansas troops for service in Virginia, and they are to go to Lynchburg. Messrs. C. H. Schwecke and Daniel Bulkley, citizens of Charleston, were drowned last Tuesday, near that city, while on a fishing excursion.