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hich may oppose immediate action and the organization of a Southern Confederacy. They will fail in their efforts, however, although they may foster discontent. The Mississippi State Convention elected a full representation to the Congress to be established by the Provisional Government. They consist of the late members of the U.S. Congress, both in the Senate and House. It then sent deputies, to carry out here its other arrangements; which are, to elect, by this Convention, Senator Davis President of the Southern Confederacy, and to take the Constitution of the United States just as it is. The policy of Mississippi, I understand, extends no further. A permanent Constitution, for a permanent Government, is to be thrown over.--That is to be thought of at some future day, (as Mr. Seward says, "one, two, or three years hence,") when the frontier States are in union with us. I propose now to state to you the Georgia project. It is this: That the Convention here shall elect