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Wanted --To Hire, for the balance of the present, and for the year 1863, from 100 to 150 able-bodied. Negro men To work at our Blast Furnaces in Rotejourt county. Wanted, also, Furnace Managers and Collers. J. R. Anderson &Co. ap 3--d&wts
intercourse, in which the enlivening glass passed frequently, I returned to the city much pleased with the visit. Through the courtesy of friends in the garrison of Fort Sumter, and by the removal of the strict injunction against visitors by Gen. Ripley, I was enabled to visit the fort and view the great changes which the year has produced since he memorable bombardment, which we shall soon celebrate with becoming honors. Every part looks as well prepared for a strong defence as when Anderson defiantly held the post; the exterior appears as new as on the day before the fire opened upon it, the casemates are completed, the barracks rebuilt, and all evidences of the great flee, save in a portion of the officers' quarters not reconstructed, has entirely disappeared.--From the ramparts nothing can be seen of the once formidable batteries of Morris Island, which have been entirely levelled, and at Fort. Johnson only the shade of the floating battery remains, for its strength has bee