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The National crisis. the Star of the West arrived at New York — Seward's speech statement of the South Carolina Commissioners — Description of the forts that have been taken possession of--New York Legislature resolutions Message of the Governor of Indiana. &c. &c The return of the Star of the West to New York — Narr Pierce, from Liverpool, of and for Charleston, at anchor. She had been refused admittance in consequence of having the American flag flying. Speech of Senator Seward. Senator Seward made his long looked for speech in the Senate Saturday. The conclusion of it contains the gist of his argument — certainly his declaratioSenator Seward made his long looked for speech in the Senate Saturday. The conclusion of it contains the gist of his argument — certainly his declarations. He says: So far as the abstract question whether, by the Constitution of the United States, the bondsman, who is made such by the laws of a State, is still a man or only property, 1 answer that, within that State, its laws on that subject are supreme; that when he has escaped from that State into another, the Constit
dispatches brought by Lieut. Talbot from Maj. Anderson. There is no reason to believe that anything further will be yielded to South Carolina. It is believed that the bill introduced in the Legislature of Missouri, prohibiting the Mayor or sheriff of St. Louis from using a military force to suppress riot, looked to the seizure of the public property, and hence troops have been ordered thither. The Senate galleries and avenues leading to the chamber are densely crowded to hear Senator Seward. [Second Dispatch.] Washington, Jan. 13. --Gen. Scott is still engaged in making preparations to guard against any possible breach of the peace in this city, in consequence of the present political agitation. Effective military forces are to be posted in various parts of the city. It is not probable that any but regular troops and reliable militia will be employed for this purpose. Company A of the 2d Regiment of Light Artillery, Captain Barry, arrived here this mornin
[Special Dispatch to the Richmond Dispatch.]from Washington. Washington, Jan. 13. --Crittenden thinks Seward offers no proposition worthy of being entertained, but does not wholly close the door against conciliation. Gen. Scott is making in Washington a military camp. Zed.