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, Jan. 22d, gives some interesting intelligence from that point: The Wyandotte, carrying four guns, is lying off Fort Pickens. She was ordered in for repairs, and cannot fire her guns with safety.--She could easily be captured by boarding her.o fight the South. A boat, carrying a lone star flag, with six men on board, a few days ago ran under the guns of Fort Pickens. No unfriendly notice was taken of it. It is also true that six soldiers landed near the fort and were arrested by Limpany, and has been paying its own expenses. The Governor wrote, them that there was no prospect of a fight, and that Fort Pickens would be given up. Thirty of the Lauderdale (Miss.) Rifles have left on furlough, and several members of other compani Fort McHenry, Baltimore, Md.; Fort Washington, on the Potomac, Md.; Fort Monroe, at Old Point Comfort, Va.; Fort Sumter, Charleston Harbor, S. C.; Key West Barracks, Key West, Fla.; Fort Pickens, Pensacola, Fla.; Fort Marion, St. Augustine, Fla.
Salute in honor of Lieut. Slimmer. Norristown, Pa., Jan. 31. --A salute of 34 guns was fired to-day in honor of Lieutenant Slimmer and lady, both natives of Norristown, for gallantly upholding the honor of their country at Fort Pickens.