Gen. Cass was present on WednesIay when the National Plag was raised on tho Board of Trade Rooms, Detroit, and br'iufly addressed thegatbered multittide in favor of standing by and sustaining tlio Federal Government in this crisis. At tho Hamo time lie prayed that Iho Almighty might avort tho hor. rors of a loog civil war, anrl that a peaecful solutíoo oí tho diffioulties might be brought about The General prornptly subscribed $3,000 to tho loan offercd the State to put the regiment called for by tho President in lbo field. LST A. T Btewaut, tho Merehanl Piineo of New York, has tendered the government, so says report, SI, 000, 000. Not BNTlBEBT Bloodlk.ss. - Tho NY. Expras cliiims reliable information that 49 were killed and 130 wounded in Fort Moultrie.