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es which showed that there had been trouble at Fort Jackson. In these later papers we find nothing alluding to that affair, except the following sentence in the Picayune, under the head of "The City during the Week." "The city," I says, "has maintained its usual quietude for the past seven days, undisturbed by any great internal had not been realized." This is significant enough. The negroes, almost every one knows, generally hatch their "sedition" at religious meetings. The Picayune has the following item of news from the Yankee army on the coast of Texas: We learn from the Era, of this morning, that passengers on the steamer Clinton, f concentration against the forces of Gen. Magruder. There is nothing of special interest in the business reports of the papers. The following is from the Picayune, of the 18th ult.: With very fine weather to day, there was apparently considerable activity; that is, for the low stocks and supplies of our chief staples,