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ction. Mr. Hilton (recently elected to Congress,) occupies the same position. Florida will certainly secede. Let South Carolina lead the way! Mississippi. Jackson, Nov. 13. --An immense meeting of the citizens of all parties, the largest ever assembled in Jackson, was held to-night. Resolutions were unanimously passed, expressing a determination to resist Lincoln's Administration, and endorsing the action of South Carolina. The people are entirely united on these issues. Addresses were delivered by Messrs. Anderson, Brown; Gholson, Barksdale, Pettus, Harris, Yerger, and Gen. Freeman. The most intense enthusiasm prevailed, and the meeting adjourned amid loud cheers. Secession meeting at Mobile. Mobile, Nov. 16. --At the meeting of citizens, irrespective of party, held here today, resolutions were adopted, unanimously favoring a secession from the Union. A resolution to await the action of other States was voted down and withdrawn.
Army intelligence. --Major R. Anderson, first artillery, has been ordered to proceed forth with to Fort Moultrie, and immediately relieve Brevet Col. J. L. Gardner, Lieutenant Colonel of the first artillery, in command thereof, who, on being relieved, will repair without delay to San Antonio, Texas.