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The National crisis. from Charleston — the capture of the forts in Louisiana--the Republican Press on Mr. Seward--resignation of Secretary Thomas--scene at a Missionary meeting — sympathy from abroad. &c.,&c. From Charleston. The Charleston papers of Monday morning furnish the following terms of interest: P
shing you health, prosperity and happiness, I remain, very respectfully, your friend. James Buchanan. Hon. Philip F. Thomas.
The capture of the forts in Louisiana.
The departure of the troops from New Orleans, who went to Baton Rouge to capture the U. S. Arsenal and Barracks, has been published.
A dispatch from Baton R Louis.
The John Simonds, which left last evening, was engaged for this service.
At noon to-day there will not be a soldier of the United States within the State of Louisiana.
The North Carolina forts.
The Wilmington (N. C.) Journal, of Monday afternoon, speaking of the occupation of the North Carolina forts, says: