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From the Southern Capital. the $15,000,000 loan--Secretary Memmin-ger — the feeling in the Southern Confed-eracy — enthusiasm of the people. [Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.] Montgomery, Ala., April 8, 1861. The portion of the fifteen millions loan required by the Government has been greedily and eagerly taken, or at least the money has already been tendered. Offers for the bonds have come in from all quarters and sections of the country, not withstanding the short time the loan has been before the public. Numerous propositions from New York, Philadelphia, and other cities without the limits of the new Republic, have been refused in order that her own citizens may share the benefits of an investment which places them in the proud position of abstaining the cause of their country. The plan of the sinking fund adopted for the redemption of the bonds which will be issued under the act authorising the loan, is highly commended, dissipating, as it does eve
From Charleston. [Special Correspondence of the Dispatch.] Charleston, April 8, 1861. No mistake now about supplies being o off from Major Anderson. He is to let Gen. Beauregard hear from him to-day what will be his course. I predict that the ultimatum will be, that all intercourse between the city and the batteries around the harbor will be prevented by Anderson, if he can, which will be an open declaration of war on the part of the Lincoln Government. I telegraphed you this morning to that effect, and stated that Lieut. Talbot, who left here for Washington a week ago, for the purpose, as he stated, of being promoted, is now on his way back with dispatches for Major Anderson. Gen. Beauregard has now determined that he shall not return to the fort, unless he shows to him the order, from Lincoln's Government, that Sumter is to be immediately evacuated. By that time we expect the fleet, now sailed and sailing to be hovering over our shores, when we will give them the recept