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k C. Humphreys, military storekeeper of ordnance, in charge, viz: "This Arsenal was taken by force of arms by the militia of South Carolina, by order of Governor Pickens. The commanding officer was allowed to salute his flag before lowering it, with one gun for each State now in the Union, (thirty-two,) and to take it with hto appoint a committee of five gentlemen to present these resolutions and this request to the Legislature. The standing Army of South Carolina--Message of Gov. Pickens. Executive Office, Jan. 7, 1861. To the members of the Senate and House of Representatives: The Convention has passed resolutions authorizing the Governevent the expenditure of the whole amount; but the more certain way to produce a pacific turn to events, is to be thoroughly prepared to meet any emergency. F. W. Pickens. A South Carolina view. The following extract, says the Boston Transcript, is from a letter received by Mr. F M. Blodget, of this city, dated Charles
United States War Vessels to be Concentrated at the mouth of the Mississippi River and at Pensacola. New Orleans, Jan. 16. --Consul Pickens went to Vera Cruz this morning, bearing important Washington dispatches to the American Commander of the Gulf Squadron. It is rumored that the design is to concentrate fleets at the mouth of the Mississippi river and at the harbor of Pensacola.