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citizens representing all parties zealous in the cause of Southern rights. If you submit to the inauguration of Abe Lincoln, you deserve to be slaves. You must not wait for an overt act. The overt act has been committed. He would submit to no Lincoln office-holders in the city of New Orleans. We have no party differences — let us be united, and let us inquire into who are in our midst and where they came from. Undoubtedly there were enemies in our midst — we should see to them. Mr. St. Paul spoke in great earnestness, and said that his rifle company, First Chasseurs a Fled, had tendered their services to the Governor of the State. It was a company composed of young men — but they were willing to shed their blood for their country. (Cheers for several minutes.) J. M. Bonner said this occasion was one of the proudest in his life — to be called on to speak in the cause of the South. He had been a Douglas man, but when the news came from Pennsylvania and Indiana he beca