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ted the boat too high on the breakers to get at it, and came back, having brought no news.--The schooner is very heavily ladened, but it is not thought that she brings reinforcements. I have just learned, since I have been here, that a steamer has been seen outside the bar; but I am not certain of this, because I know nothing about it myself." The Montgomery correspondent of the Mercury says: "I am informed that advices have been received to-day, in the State Department, that Fort Pickens will not be reinforced, and that it will be given up to the Confederate States within a short time. This was considered positive, and, as I make the statement upon the highest authority, it may be believed as true. Without trusting too fully upon the execution of this promise, the work of preparing the siege will go on at Pensacola, and the troops will concentrate at that point. If not given up within one month, or some definite arrangements made between the two Governments, Col. Bragg
Fort Sumter and Fort Pickens. Stirring intelligence may soon be expected from these quarters. The attack on Fort Sumter cannot be much longer delayed, and that on Fort Pickens has in all probability already begun. "The very next gale may bring to our ears the clash of resounding arms. Our brethren are already in the field. Why stand we here idle?" Fort Sumter and Fort Pickens. Stirring intelligence may soon be expected from these quarters. The attack on Fort Sumter cannot be much longer delayed, and that on Fort Pickens has in all probability already begun. "The very next gale may bring to our ears the clash of resounding arms. Our brethren are already in the field. Why stand we here idle?"
[special Dispatch to the Richmond Dispatch.]warlike movementsat New York!Fort Pickens to be reinforced. New York, April 5. --War is determined on. The Southern ports and mouth of the Mississippi are to be blockaded. Fort Pickens is to be reinforced at all hazards. There are 2,700 troops and marines in and around New York. The forts are full of United States soldiers preparing to go South. The Powhatan has 300 on board, and will carry 200 more. She is taking powder in tFort Pickens is to be reinforced at all hazards. There are 2,700 troops and marines in and around New York. The forts are full of United States soldiers preparing to go South. The Powhatan has 300 on board, and will carry 200 more. She is taking powder in today and sails to-morrow. The Release (storeship,) sailed yesterday.--Others are to follow. [Second Dispatch.] New York, April 5--5 P. M.-- The steamers Ariel and Atlantic have been chartered, it is said, to convey troops South; also, several other vessels. A.
From Washington. Washington, April 5. --It is said nine Republican Governors met here last night. It is reliably said the Administration intends concentrating all the available forces at Tortugas and Key West, and then supply Fort Pickens if attacked. They can take over troops from Tortugas. There will be war enough to cause the border slave States to secede and join the Southern Confederacy, and then their independence will be recognized. Blockading the mouth of the Mississippi, and re-taking Ship Island are talked of. Agents of New York bankers here telegraphed home to-day that a collision is inevitable. Much excitement prevails in New York State and city.
. the Fleet for the South--its Destination — condition of Fort Pickens--an interesting letter from there, &c. The Washington at Fort Hamilton, New York. That these troops are destined for Fort Pickens there can be no doubt. In less than a week the country will leaouth, and Pensacola and other Southern ports will be blockaded. Fort Pickens is not in need of additional men, but will soon be in want of su 3d inst., says: Lieutenant Gilman, one of the officers at Fort Pickens, arrived here this evening from Pensacola, having left there on . He says it is impossible for the Government to land troops at Fort Pickens without the Confederate authorities knowing it, and whenever thethey commence operations. He says the impression there was that Fort Pickens was to be abandoned. Such assurances were given out there. expect her back in a few days. In the meantime they may attack Fort Pickens, and we have got to wade through about 3,000 bayonets to reinfor