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bate in the South Carolina Convention.the collection of the revenue--Post-Office affairs. The debate in the South Carolina Convention about "the hereafter," is important. On Wednesday, before the adoption of the Ordinance of Secession, Chancellor Dunkin, who was on the committee to prepare it, made the following speech: I do not know that any particular amendment is of very much consequence. I suppose that the committee will have authority to take into consideration what has been teent or temporary arrangement in reference to the officers of our Post-Office and Custom-House, and that they shall report thereon. Speech of Judge Magrath. The following is the speech made by Judge Magrath on Wednesday, in reply to Chancellor Dunkin: Mr. Magrath said — If we were now in a condition of profound peace and about to inaugurate this act of secession of South Carolina, from a brotherhood of States in a condition of good will and good wishes, that resolution would be pr
nt into secret session, excluding all but members. The following is a copy of an ordinance offered on the 20th, by Mr. Dunkin: Best ordained by this Convention, That, until otherwise provide, the Governor be authorized to appoint Collectorsther arrangements shall be instituted. Mr. Maxey Gregg submitted an ordinance, as a substitute for that offered by Mr. Dunkin, as follows: We, the people of South Carolina, in Convention assembled, declare and ordain, until otherwise provithe mail contracts made under the United States Government, and now existing. Mr. W. T. Hutson, as a substitute for Dunkin's ordinance, offered one "to provide for the continuance of commercial and postal facilities, as follows: We, the pd States. Mr. John Littleton offered the following amendment as an additional clause to the ordinance proposed by Mr. Dunkin: And the Collectors of Customs are hereby instructed to levy and collect duties on all wares and merchandize at ha