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Secession movement at the South. the South Carolina Convention--Governor Pickens' inaugural--Republican Press' view of Compromise — county Meetings in Virginia, &c., &c. The South Carolina Convention. The Charleston papers received last night bring some further details of the proceedings in the South Carolina Stafect our work; but I would not budge an inch from this, until we have sundered every tie that binds us to the Confederacy. [Great applause.] Inaugural of Gov. Pickens. The inaugural of Gov. Pickens, delivered at Columbia, S. C., on Monday, recites the wrongs sustained by the South from the North, and after stating the ciGov. Pickens, delivered at Columbia, S. C., on Monday, recites the wrongs sustained by the South from the North, and after stating the circumstances under which South Carolina entered the Confederacy, says: There is one thing certain, and I think it due to the country to say in advance, that South Carolina is resolved to assert her separate independence, and, as she acceded separately to the compact of Union, so she will most assuredly secede, separately and