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a successful attack by the enemy. It med entirely unnecessary, as from their "mobility," they are perhaps as safe in place as another. whole city is in a state of excitement a fews of the exploits of the Merrimac, has just been received. It is consid quite a nice thing, and fortunately hap just at the right time. weather is exceedingly unpleasant, and it is not so cold as in Virginia, it is, if a thing be possible, very much more and is always damper. Upon rivers there is an almost constant fog. shop Wilmer is shortly expected, and Mr. of Christ Church, gave notice that soon confirmation would be administered the Bishop. martial law is enforced, and without full or permits one advances slowly. upon every approach to the city, with trouble or tered, with greater is left — as at Nashville, where the were beginning to fortify, when it was so I fear this wisely stringent sure has been too long neglected, and the commated all they desure. C *****