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Looking to sea ward from Fort Sumter, you can plainly see the war steamers and chartered transports which Maj. Anderson so earnestly signaled to come to his relief. We ran out in about a mile of them. They are lying close together about six miles from Sumter. The South Carolinian speak of the commanders as great cowards for not attempting to assist their companions in distress. As we passed the Mercury office this afternoon, we saw a company of about one hundred men, from Lancaster county, S. C., marching down the street to embark for one of the posts in the harbor. They were strong, firm-looking fellows, dressed in grey, and carrying satchels instead of knapsacks, tin cups, canteens, &c. Their marching was rather awkward, but all that will be taken out of them before they have been many days behind the sand bags. They gave three rousing cheers for the Mercury. Lincoln's Proclamation was published here this morning. Nobody seems to care for it; indeed, nobody seems