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ressed the crowd as "Citizens of the Southern republic," and said this was a pledge of Southern commerce to support the great movement of independence. During the speaking processions poured in from different sections of the city, with music and cannon, each saluting the Palmetto banner. On the dwellings there are hung out banners with such mottoes as "Now or never;" "No step backward;" "The argument is ended;" "Stand to your arms;" "South Carolina goes it alone — her trumps, McGrath, Colcock and Connor — with these she claims a march."--The tricolor flag was hung out from the theatre, with the words inserted-- Dieu et nos droits. Secession badges have become universal.--Even children are all adorned by mothers with the blue ribbon. All classes are arming for the contingency of coercion. Revolvers and patent fire arms are selling like hot cakes. Not a ship in the harbor has the federal flag flying, but far down the Bay it can still be discerned flying over Fort Moultrie.