, and where so much of the blood of his race is to be found, as ready to flow as that of the gallant Dreux —— preferring this side to that which has thrown disgrace upon the name of Zouave, and almost upon that of soldier, he has come to offer his sword to the cause of the Confederacy.
Run the Bdockade.
The Mobile Register and Advocate says:
We had the pleasure of a visit yesterday from Dr. Hugh Martin, of Delaware, late U. S. Consul at Matanzas, but who resigned that post in April last when that Government declared war upon the South and its institutions.
Dr. Martin came passenger on one of the recent arrivals through the gaps in Dr. Lincoln's blockade from Havana.
He is heart and soul with the South in her struggles, and goes to New Orleans to make that his home.
Message of the Governor of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, Jan. 8.
--The message of the Governor of Pennsylvania to the Legislature to-day has been received.
It shows a balance in the Treasury o