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scription, and its footsteps are made to sound like the march of a vast army. The telegraph from Washington has learnt its daily message about Fort Sumter and Fort Pickens by heart, and the world has been soothed daily by the assurance that Gen. Bragg is ready, and that the South Carolinians can no longer be restrained. But therng South in the hope that the end is not yet. The Southern Commissioners state that the Government here has promised them no efforts shall be made to reinforce Fort Pickens without previous notice to them — a very singular promise. The Government, however, denies that it has been in communication with them. Fort Sumter must be cences of Mr. Lincoln's Cabinet, composed as it is of men who look on their predecessors as guilty of treason to the State. An attempt may be made to reinforce Fort Pickens; but neither that nor any other position occupied by the Federal authorities will be voluntarily abandoned. Once for all, let it be impressed on the minds