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im will be to destroy us; but we must join the bright constellation of the South, whose magnitude and importance, daily increasing, are destined to rival the first powers of the world. I have passively noticed, in one or two of my letters, the occasional transportation of ordnance and ammunition through this city to the South. I am now enabled to give an aggregate, both of quantity and weight of the implements of war that have passed South over the Petersburg and Weldon Railroad up to April 6 QuantityWeights. 5 Bbls., 3,500 Kegs Powder113,300 lbs. 2 Guns70,000 lbs. 7 Mortars37,000 lbs. 10,455 Balls and Shells727,655 lbs. Total weight953,455 lbs. I learn that a compliment, both graceful and merited, is in contemplation of bestowal by our citizens, upon Judge Thomas S. Gholson, for the able and dignified manner with which he has conducted himself as President of the Library Association here, and in token of the continued benefits he has conferred upon the insti
From Pensacola. Pensacola, April 6. --The mechanics at Warrington Navy-Yard are dissatisfied on account of the non-payment of their wages.