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hem "with bloody hands to hospitable graves." This declaration, made in much more violent language than I have given it, is another cause of the depression that pervades the friends of the Union to-day. Affairs in Louisiana. Baton Rouge, Dec. 11. --The bill providing for the election of delegates to the State Convention to be held at Baton Rouge on the 23d of January,has passed both Houses. In the House a strong effort was made to put the question, Convention or no Convention, bef a general consultation of the slaveholding States. The resolutions provided that this commission should also attend the Conventions called in other States. An Abolitionist"paid off" and discharged. A letter from Chester, S. C., dated Dec. 11th,says: The Vigilance Committee met to-day — a man by the name of Yerdon was tried for tampering with slaves and using incendiary language; the Chairman appointed a committee of 5 to select a jury to try him, and they selected 15 citizens, w