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den assaults (Major Anderson was not among the admonished, being already straitly beleaguered) January 3d.--To Lieutenant Slemmer, commanding in Pensacola harbor: "The General-in-Chief directs that you take measures to do the utmost in yours 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,) whihe sloop of war Brooklyn should take a single company, ninety men, from Fortress Monroe, Hampton Roads, and reinforce Lieut Slemmer, in Fort Pickens, but without a surplus man for the neighboring fort, McRae. The Brooklyn, with Captain Vodges's caused Secretaries Holt and Touley to instruct, in a joint note, the commanders of the war vessels off Pensacola and Lieut Slemmer, commanding Fort Pickens, to commit no act of hostilities, and not to land Captain Vodges's company unless that fort