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Letters were received to-day from Nassau, dated 12th December. Mr. L. Heyliger, our agent, reports a number of steamers sailing, and about to sail, with large amounts of stores and goods of all kinds, besides plates for our navy. A Mr. Wiggs has several steamers engaged in this business.
Our government own some, and private individuals (foreign speculators) are largely engaged in the trade.
Most of these steamers run sixteen miles an hour.
A Mr. Hart, agent for S. Isaac Campbell & Co., London, proposes to clothe and equip 100,000 men for us, and to receive certificates for specific amounts of cotton.
This same house has, on this, it is said, advanced as much as $2,000,000 on our account.
This looks cheering.
We have credit abroad.
But they are Jews.
Mr. Heyliger says he has seen letters from the United States, conveying information that Charleston is to be attacked about the holidays — the ensuing week — by four iron-clad gun-boats.
Well, I believe we have three there;