As to the purport of these dispatches, there are many conjectures, "wise and otherwise," which I do not consider worth the ink and paper that it would require to detail them.
It is impossible for any outsider to know the contents of secret dispatches.
Florida will certainly get the Secretaryship of the Navy, as she is the only State in the Confederacy that has a Navy-Yard.
It is intended, I learn, to make the Pensacola Navy-Yard to the Southern Confederacy what the Gosport (Va.) Navy-Yard is to the Northern--a great ship-building and naval station.
A strong Government.
The Augusta (Ga.) Sentinel is out again in favor of a strong Government-- something in the form of an Elective Monarchy — upon the principle originally advanced by Alexander Hamilton, the great head of the old Federal school of politics — the chief of which should be elected for a term of twenty-one years.--The Constitutionalist, published in the same place, joins issue with its contempo