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l arrangements. I suppose that the Committee will only report after it has conferred with the Governor, so that it is better not to disturb the ordinary relations, at least not until it is ascertained what is proposed to be done with the subject. Some gentlemen in the Committee suggest an allowance of ten days for a conference — some suggest one month, and some suggest a longer time — say two months, or after the assembling of the two Conventions of our sister States, which meet on the 7th of January and one on the 17th of the same month. It was suggested that a temporary arrangement could go into operation on the 20th of January, so that time be given to the General Government to know our views and be ready to answer yea or nay whether they are disposed to treat. But in the meantime the ordinary operations of our citizens are to go on. One matter more as to the revenues. The Postmaster of Charleston would most likely keep an account until the transaction was settled af
Secession flag. --A Palmetto flag, of light ground, with a Palmetto tree in the centre of it, arched over by a galaxy of fifteen stars, indicating the Union of the Slave States, and a rattlesnake coiled around the trunk, was exhibited in this city yesterday, and is to be raised on a tall pole, near the Custom-House on the 7th of January. We see on the streets, every day, strangers with blue cockades on their bosoms and hats, indicating their desire for secession. A few evenings since, a party of gentlemen appeared at a hotel supper table with scarlet rosettes on their bosoms, but we did not learn what their political opinions were, or why the scarlet color was adopted.