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e received instructions to co-operate with you." (This order was signed by Aide-de-camp Lay.) It was just before the surrender of the Pensacola navy-yard (January 12. ) that Lieutenant Slemmer, calling upon Commander Armstrong, obtained the aid of some thirty common seamen or laborers, (but no marines,) which, added to his fo by the wires, there will be corresponding local movements, and the attempt to reinforce will be useless" (Quotations from a note made by Aid de Camp Lay, about January 12, of the President's reply to a message from me.) Next, it was doubted whether it would be safe to send reinforcements in an unarmed steamer, and the want, as usuforced to turn back when near that city.--Thus these authorities have not ceased to make war upon the United States since the capture by them of the navy-yard, January 12th. Respectfully submitted, Winfield Scott. Headquarters of the army.Washington, March 30, '60. In giving the above paper, at the instance of Ge