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r 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 ily and business quite brisk. The Convention will probably sit a week, but the first thing done will be secession.-- McGrath is much talked of as the commissioner to settle with the government the terms of secession. He is learned, firm and coo equalled. The flags are springing up like gay-colored flames all over Charleston. One has a full portrait of Hon. A. G. McGrath, late Judge of the United States District Court for South Carolina. On his left is a chair on which he has thrown and the State flag of South Carolina crossed on the trunk, and above is the following extract from a late address of Judge McGrath: "The time for deliberation has passed — the time for action has come." Great meeting at Milledgeville. The<