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on, may have occasioned some temporary inconvenience, but its results, otherwise, have been most gratifying. Every steamer from the North brings in heavy consignments of gold in payment for our cotton. The stream of specie thus pouring in upon the community, must increase in a steady ratio with the causes from which it originated. Its recipients will naturally re-invest it in cotton and rice, and thus we may expect soon to see our State in a position of unusual financial strength. Gov. Moore, of Ala., in his reply to a request of a committee of citizens for the call of the Legislature, says: In full view, and I trust a just appreciation of all my obligations and responsibilities officially and personally, to my God, my State, and the Federal Government, I solemnly declare it to be my opinion that the only hope of future security for Alabama and the other slaveholding States, is in secession from the Union. I deplore the necessity for coming to such a conclusion. It has