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Interesting from the South. The Liberty Pole at Charleston — The National Flag net Popular — Conservative Speech of Hon. A. H. Stephens at Milledgeville — The Cockade in the Pulpit, &c., &c. The following interesting news is collected from our Southern exchanges: A dispatch from Charleston to the New York Herald, dated November 17th, gives a fuller description of the raising of the "Liberty" pole there, on Saturday. It was put up near the Charleston Hotel, and the Palmetto flag was raised on it. The dispatch says: The pole was made of Carolina pine, one hundred feet high, and surmounted by the cap of liberty. Cables were stretched across the streets to prevent the passage of vehicles. There was a dense crowd, extending over two squares on Meeting street. The neighboring house-tops were crowded with people. Thousands of ladies of the highest respectability thronged the balconies and windows, waving their handkerchiefs.--Impromptu stands were erected, and<