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es of those who cannot, in blind fury, and reckless haste, plunge themselves and the State they know not whither. Let him give all such an opportunity of voting for him. Meeting of the Legislatures. The Legislatures of the Southern States will meet, and are in session as follows: North Carolina Legislature, (regular session,) met November 19th. South Carolina Legislature, (regular session,) met November 26th. South Carolina election for members of Convention, December 6th. South Carolina State Convention, meets December 17th. Louisiana Legislature, (special session,) meets December 10th. Alabama election for members of the Convention, December 24th. Alabama State Convention, meets January 7th. Virginia Legislature, (special session,) meets January 7th. Georgia Legislature now in session; election for delegates to State Convention ordered for 2d January, 1861; Convention sits 16th January. Florida Legislature now in sessio
en brought about. The demand for money is still active, and the street rates are very high, little being done below 15 per cent. per annum, even in prime endorsed paper. Foreign Exchange is unsettled, but prices are lower, and both banker's and commercial bills could be bought at a farther decline. The Stock market again broke down, and there was almost a panic among sellers, without drawing out any eagerness on the part of buyers. The Baltimore American, in its commercial report, Dec. 6th, says: There seems to be no present prospect of an improvement in either financial or commercial affairs to-day. Money on, the street continues tight, and it is with difficulty that sales can be effected. We still quote first-class single-name paper at 1 ½ per cent., but prime endorsed do, may be quoted at 1 per cent. The Banks are still doing all they can to relieve the immediate wants of their customers, but at the same time are acting very cautiously. There was a much better dem
Fire at Belvidere, N. J. Belvidere, N. J.,Dec. 6. --The Belvidere Tannery was destroyed by fire last night, supposed to have originated in the engine room.--The loss is $20,000.