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son, of Florida, has given $500 to $1 ent a company in that State, and $500 more to equip a company in South Carolina. John Boston, Collector of Customs for Savannah, has resigned his post, and been returned by the Georgia authorities. The Portsmouth (Va.) Transcript, of Saturday, says, that on Friday a steamer ran into thus far been seized by order of the Governors of the States in which they are respectively located: Fortifications — Location.Guns.Cost. Fort Pulaski, Savannah150$923,859 Fort Jackson, Savannah14125,000 Fort Morgan, Mobile1321,212,556 Fort Gaines, Mobile8920,000 Fort Macon. Beaufort, N. C.51460,000 Fort Caswell, OaSavannah14125,000 Fort Morgan, Mobile1321,212,556 Fort Gaines, Mobile8920,000 Fort Macon. Beaufort, N. C.51460,000 Fort Caswell, Oak Island, N. C.87571,231 Fort Moultrie, Charleston5475,301 Castle Pickney, Charleston2543,809 Fort St. Philip, Louisiana124203,734 Fort Jackson, Louisiana150817,608 Fort Pike, Louisiana49472,901 Fort McComb, Louisiana49447,000 Fort Livingston, Louisiana52342,000 Fort McRae, Florida151384,000 Fort Barrancas, Florida49315,0
The resignation of Col. Hardee. --The Savannah (Ga.) Republican announces as a positive fact that Lieutenant Colonel Wm. J. Hardee, of the United States army, an officer distinguished in the military service, and as an author; and for some years past Commandant of the Cadets at West Point, has resigned his commission. Col. Hardee is a Georgian, and has retired as an act of fidelity to his native State.
Crowds go to hear his sermons, which are very ordinary, and even vulgar in style. Stewart, the New York dry goods millionaire, having a little money to spare, is building six iron stores on Broadway, which will cost him $500,000. The number of students inscribed at the Medical School of Paris at the commencement of this year was only 1,196. Benj. W. Jackson, formerly a member of the Virginia House of Delegates, died at Parkersburg, Va., on the 23d ult. The authorities of Savannah are about to erect a telegraph from that city to Fort Pulaski, a distance of twelve miles. Lime manufactured during the last year at Rockland, Me., foots up 899,460 casks, an increase of 50,000 casks over 1859. The immense appetite of London is fed every year by about 270,300 oxen, besides 30,000 calves, 1,500,000 sheep, and 30,000 swine. Sam. Jones, Deputy Sheriff of Maury co., Tenn., has defaulted for $100,000, and absconded. Mr. Jas. Pierce, of Nansemond county, Va.,
Naval intelligence, &c. Boston, Jan. 31. --The United State brig Bainbridge is being rapidly fitted for sea at the Charlestown Navy-Yard. The Merchants' and Miners' Steamship Company of steamships, owned in Baltimore and Boston, has discontinued trips to Savannah, and will hereafter run to Baltimore and Norfolk.
Seizure of more Federal property. Washington, Feb. 3. --A private dispatch says that the Custom-House at Savannah, and the U. S. branch mint at Dahionega, Ga., have been seized by the State authorities.