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s have stated their intention, to oppose the legal tender provision.
Orders have been issued from headquarters in reference to the capture of Fort Henry, to the effect that the position shall be held at whatever cost.
The report that Gen. McClellan's command is hereafter to be confined to the department of the Potomac is not without foundation, but no order for the purpose has been yet issued.
It has been a common remark that the duties imposed on Gen. McClellan were too burdensome forGen. McClellan were too burdensome for one man.
Affairs in New York. New York, Feb. 8.
--The remaining vessels at the Brooklyn navy-yard, belonging to Commodore Porter's mortar fleet, will sail in a few days to the place of rendezvous.--About half of the fleet has already been dispatches thither.
The mortars to be used have an average weight of about 17,000 pounds, and will carry a shell, it is stated, a distance of 2¼ miles.
The ship George Washington, 1,534 tons, rating A 1, and the Great Republic, put down on