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ce? Who trampled the law under foot, and violated the law morally and legally? Was it not South Carolina in seceding? And yet you talk about the President having brought on the war by his own motion, when these facts are incontrovertible, No one dare attempt to assail them. But after Fort Sumter was attacked and surrendered, what do we find stated in Montgomery when the news reached there? Here is the telegraphic announcement of the reception of the news there: Montgomery, Friday, April 12, 1861. An immense crowd serenaded President Davis and Secretary Walker, at the Exchange Hotel to-night. Mr. Davis refused to address the audience, but his Secretary of War did. The Secretary of War, Mr. Walker, said: No man could tell where the war this day commenced would end, but he would prophesy that the flag which now flaunts the breeze here would float over the old Capitol, at Washington, before the 1st of May. Let them try Southern chivalry and test the extent of South