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Wilkes over the Bermuda ports, and Admiral Milne is instructed to increase his fleet at that station. They seem to look upon it as the more offensive, because it is under Wilkes. They have not forgotten the Trent affair. A dispatch from Washington, of the 10th, says there is no apprehension of a foreign collision, unless it shall grow out of the course of England in allowing privateers to be fitted out in her ports to prey upon American commerce. A letter received in New York from P invading enemy, and they further say that Gen. McC. could and should have relieved and protected Harper's Ferry. Gen. Halleck, Commander-in-Chief, testified to this effect before the Commission. Affairs in Washington. A dispatch from Washington contains the following wholesale denials: The agent of the associated press inquired at the State Department to-day about the current statements of Mr. Seward's having been consulted by Mr. Buchanan in the closing period of his administrat
een questioned in any contest in which we have been engaged. They battled by our side with equal valor in the Revolutionary struggle, in the last war with Great Britain, and in the Mexican conflict. Virginia sent her sons under the command of Washington, to the relief of beleaguered Boston. Alone, the South defeated the last and most desperate effort of British power to divide our country at the battle of New Orleans. From the days of Washington till this time they have furnished their full Washington till this time they have furnished their full proportion of soldiers for the field, of statesmnn for the Cabinet, and of wise and patriotic Senators for our legislative halls. "It is only bigoted ignorance that denies the equality of their public men to those of the North. To assume that our brethren in fifteen States lack the capacity to understand, and the ability to protect, their own interests, is to assume that our Government is a failure, and ought to be overturned. It is to declare that nearly one-half of our people are incapa