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dinance of secession from the United States, and that Florida declare herself to be a sovereign and independent State. On the sixth day of the convention, January 10, 1861, the proposed ordinance was taken up, considered, and adopted by a vote of yea 62, nay 7; the negative votes being cast by Messrs. Baker of Jackson, Gregory,. The following correspondence between the judges and Miss Elizabeth Eppes was presented and placed upon the minutes of the convention: Tallahassee, January 10, 1861. Miss Elizabeth Eppes: By resolution of the Convention of the People of the State of Florida, we, the judges comprising the Supreme Court of this State, ation of the Independence of the Sovereign State of Florida. Yours with great respect, Charles H. Dupont, Wm. A. Forward, D. S. Walker. Tallahassee, January 10, 1861. Hon. C. H. Dupont, Hon. Wm. A. Forward and Hon. D. S. Walker, Associate Justices, Supreme Court of Florida. Gentlemen: Your honored and esteemed favor o