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with steam pumps, have been sent out to render assistance. Miscellaneous. A Universalist minister in Chicago, in the course of a recent sermon on the duty of Christian patriots in the present national crisis, remarked that he was aware that most of the Christian public differed with him on the mooted question of future punishments; but he would say that he agreed with them on one point; he wished it to be distinctly understood that he had a hell for all traitors and rebels. Marshal Murray, of New York, has purchased a quantity of articles for the prisoners at Fort Lafayette, in order that they may pass the winter comfortably. The supplies consisted of beds, bedsteads, blankets, armchairs, stores, etc. A Key West letter of the 20th instant, reports the arrival at Cardenas, on the 16th of the steamer Theodora, from Charleston, with the French Consul and his family, and Messrs. Mason and Slidell, Commissioners to France and England. Henry Winter Davis, of Baltimor