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ontgomery by the Secretary of the Navy and Secretary of War. They both bear important dispatches from General Beauregard and Governor Pickens. The following is an item from the same paper: Col. B. T. Watts, Secretary to Governor Pickens, on Sunday visited Fort Sumter on a friendly call to Major Anderson. The Major and Col. Watts are old acquaintances, having known each other for over thirty-five years. --At the time when Major Anderson's brother was Minister to Colombo, Republic of Bolivia, Col. Watts was then Secretary of Legation. --The meeting was a very pleasant one, reviving many reminiscences of the past. The Savannah Republican, of the 18th, contains the following news: It is stated on the street that Governor Brown received on Saturday, from President Davis, a requisition for two thousand troops. It is surmised that they are intended for Savannah and Pensacola. A company of the first Regiment of the Georgia Army, numbering 67 men rank and file, left