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h any danger that may threaten." "Yours, sincerely, (Signed) "Robert Anderson." A meeting of the Working Men of Romney, Va. The working men of Romney, Hampshire county, Va., held a large public meeting at that place on Saturday, the 19th inst., and adopted with marked unanimity a series of resolutions reported by a committee appointed for that purpose, and which declared, in effect, that those assembled on the occasion Cherish the Federal Union as the Palladium of our liberty, when tnsequence. Tenders of the services of negro laborers by planters in the interior have been accepted, and some four hundred hands are expected to arrive in a few days. Fortifications in Florida. The Jacksonville (Fla.) Mirror, of the 19th inst., says: Capt. Holmes Steele, with a detachment of his gallant company, proceeded to St. Augustine a few days ago, and have succeeded in transporting four 32-pounders from the fort at that place to the mouth of the St. Johns, to be placed i
from Gov. Letcher, transmitting a communication from Governor Hicks, of Maryland, together with one from the Governor of Georgia, with a copy of the ordinance passed by the Convention of that State.--Laid on the table and ordered to be printed. The following is the letter of Gov. Hicks: Executive Chamber, Annapolis, January 24, 1861. Dear Sir: I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of a printed copy of the resolutions adopted by the General Assembly of Virginia on the 19th inst., appointing Commissioners to meet in Washington on the 11th February, "to consider, and, if practicable, agree upon some suitable adjustment." I take pleasure in assuring you that Commissioners from Maryland will meet those from Virginia and other States in Washington on the day named. I am rejoiced that Virginia has made this move, and trust that it will be met in a corresponding spirit by other States. If so, we may anticipate the best consequences from this patriotic action o
m the payment of damages; allowing John Staples a sum of money for services rendered as Attorney for the State in the Circuit Court of Patrick county; to amend the charter of the Bank of Ravenswood; to amend the charter of the Bank of Charleston. Communication from the Governor.--A communication was received from Gov. Letcher, enclosing a letter from His Excellency Thomas H. Hicks, Governor of the State of Maryland, in response to the resolutions adopted by the General Assembly on the 19th inst. Also, communications from Hon. Geo. W. Crawford, President of the Convention of the State of Georgia, transmitting the Ordinance of Secession, and resolutions adopted by that body on the 22d and 23d insts. The Georgia Ordinance of Secession having already been published, is omitted. The letter of Gov. Hicks will be found in the Senate report. The resolutions passed by the Convention of the State of Georgia, sitting at Milledgeville, on the 23d of January, read as follows:
Fatal affray. --An affray occurred at Friar's Point, Coahoma county, Miss., on the 19th, between Mr. Clark Bobo, a planter, and Dr. A. Whitaker, in which the former was killed. Whitaker was arrested. Both gentlemen were among the most esteemed citizens of the county, and the sad affair cast a gloom over the community.