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ng Seceders at Pensacola and elsewhere, caused Secretaries Holt and Toucey to instruct, in a joint note, the css conclusive evidence do prove it. On that day Secretary Holt addressed me a note, from which the following i to the interruption of regular communications, Secretary Holt did not receive information of these events untmmissioners. And still again, that "afterwards Secretary Holt and myself endeavored, in vain, to obtain a shi countermand shall be stated in the language of Secretary Holt, to be found in a letter addressed by him to Mr 1861, and published in the National Intelligence. Mr. Holt says: "The countermand spoken of (by Mr. Thoence is both eloquent and emphatic. "If (says Mr. Holt) with all the multiplied proofs which exist of thet time, when this (the truce) had passed away, Secretaries Holt and Toucey, Capt. Ward, of the navy, and myselstrange inconsistency. The truce had expired with Mr. Holt's letter to Col. Hayne on the 5th of February, and