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Later from California. --The Pony Express, with dates from San Francisco to the afternoon of the 3d inst., under which we have the following, has arrived: The Pony Express reached San Francisco on the 31st ult., with the Eastern news telegraphed to Fort Kearney of the 24th, containing a detailed account of affairs at Charleston, S. C., after the Star of the West was fired into, the debate thereon in the United States Senate, and the proceedings in the New York and other State Legislatures. Altogether it was considered the most alarming intelligence yet received here. The Legislature has spent most of the time since in debating the various series of Union resolutions formally introduced, with a prospect of continuing the debate some days, before reaching any conclusion. It was expected that most of the Breckenridge members sympathize or justify the secession movement. The State Agricultural Society has just held its annual meeting, and decided that all general
port of my further progress. For what passed before leaving Charleston, I refer you to my letter and telegram of the 29th ult., from that city, and a letter of the 3d inst. from Montgomery. Copies of my correspondence with Gov. Pickens, of the 25th and 29th ult., and his reply of the last date, (the original,) are enclosed, (Nod the resolutions unanimously adopted by them, which accompanied his letter to me of the 29th ult., (Nos. 4 and 5.) Again referring to my letter to you of the 3d inst. for an account of my interview with the Governor of Georgia, I now transmit a copy of my communication to him of the 21st ultimo, (No. 6,) and his reply of the 1st inst., (the original, No. 7) I also transmit herewith a copy of my letter to the Governor of Alabama, of the 3d inst., (No. 8,) and his reply of the same date, (No. 9.) The favorable reception given to my mission by the Executive authorities of the two States last mentioned was communicated to Mr. Tyler from Montg