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The National Crisis. letter from vice President Breckinridge--letter from Judge A. B. Longstreet--military movements in Charleston — county Meetings in Virginia — the southern Confederacy — the defences of Charleston harbor--Fort Pulaski--t Very sincerely, your friend, John C. Breckinridge.Hon. B. Magoffin, Governor of Kentucky. The letter from President Longstreet The following is the letter written by Judge Longstreet, President of the College of South Carolina, and publisJudge Longstreet, President of the College of South Carolina, and published in the Charleston papers. The "calamity" of which he speaks — firing the first gun — has already occurred: I pray the authorities and people of South Carolina to put aside passion, and hear patiently and thoughtfully what I have to say upoe must let no Southern State begin it. And if a Southern State is to begin it, let her not begin it on the water. A. B. Longstreet. Correspondence between SecretaryThompson and President Buchanan. The following is the correspondence w