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From Tennessee. action of the Tennessee Legislature--a public meeting in Memphis — Stirring appeal for assistance, &c. Nashville, Nov. 21. --The Tennessee Legislature on yesterday passed a law establishing a State Ordnance Bureau. They also passed a law appropriating $300,000 for manufacturing arms. They also instructed the Governor to press into immediate service all suitable guns to be found in the State. Memphis, Nov. 21.--A public meeting was held here on yesterdayNov. 21.--A public meeting was held here on yesterday, and the people resolved to send men and money to Columbus, Ky. An address was issued calling upon our sister States to send forward men and guns for the defence of the Mississippi Valley.--The address says:"The long threatened invasion is at hand, and the enemies of our rights and liberties are moving upon us by land and water in overwhelming numbers. In the next five days a great battle will be fought at Columbus, and if the Confederates are overpowered, Memphis is lost to the South, unless
Excitement at New Orleans. Charleston, Nov. 21. --The Mercury publishes a special dispatch from New Orleans, dated on yesterday, which states that an intense excitement prevails there relative to the threatened attack on Columbus, Ky.--Commodore Hollins had gone there with his fleet, and has telegraphed for all the available boats, and the steam ram Manassas. The floating battery, with 20 guns, goes up to night. All the river pilots have been impressed into service. Seventeen thousand troops and seventy cannon are at Columbus.
Capture of a Yankee, &c. Augusta, Nov. 21. --The Charleston Courier, of this morning, says that one of the invaders has been captured and brought to that city. A gentleman who arrived there yesterday reports that three vessels, crowded with Federals, were lying at Hazard Creek, and, it is supposed, were about to land. Some vessels were off Beaufort, and sixty or seventy of the enemy were quartered in that town.
The Sovereignty Convention of Kentucky. Nashville, Nov. 21, --A special dispatch to the Union and American States that the Sovereignty Convention at Russellville had adjourned, after forming a Provisional Government. George H. Johnson was elected Governor, and Bowling Green has been made the Capital. Messrs. H. C. Barnett, Wm. Preston, and W. E. Simms, were appointed a committee to negotiate for the admission of Kentucky into the Southern Confederacy.
Alabama Confederate States Senators. Montgomery, Ala. Nov. 21. --The Hon. W. L. Yancey, and the Hon. C. C. Clay, Jr., were elected to-day Confederate Senators.--Mr. Yancey was elected on the first ballot, and received all the votes but two.
Federal flotilla of Morris's Island. Augusta, Nov. 21. --The Charleston Mercury, of this morning, says that seven or eight ships' lights were seen off Morris's Island last night. It was probably a gun boat flotilla.