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metto flag and sung the Marseilles hymn, slightly altered to suit the times. The effect was tremendous. The Executive of South Carolina is daily in receipt of letters from various Southern States proffering the services of volunteers to the State, in the event of the secession of South Carolina. The Columbia Guardian says: The following from Virginia, is accompanied by the subjoined tender, in form, signed by a number of citizens of Madison county: Madison, C. H, Va., Nov. 9th, 1860. To his Excellency the Governor of South Carolina--Dear Sir: On behalf of myself and those whose names are attached to the enclosed paper, I tender you our services, as stated in said paper. This is a copy taken by me from the original, which I retain for the purpose of enlarging the number. We expect to increase the number to fifty. Our people in this county, I think, are in favor of immediate secession, but need to be aroused. We have active friends, earnestly at work, whose