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zens of Madison county. Virginia, believing that South Carolina will be the first to raise the standard for States-Rights and Southern liberty, against the encroachments of Northern fanaticism and Federal tyranny, do hereby tender their services to fight under her flag whenever she shall signify her wish to receive them, unless Virginia shall first require their aid. "Nov. 8th, 1860." The nominations for the State Convention in South Carolina have commenced. In Richland and Sumpter districts the candidates nominated are "all pledged to secession." In the latter district two of them are ministers of the Gospel. The excitement in Charleston continues. The Evening News of Saturday says: The first liberty pole that has ever been raised in the city, has been inaugurated to-day, amidst the smiles of lovely women, the hearty applause of men, the firing of cannon, and the sweet strains of music. Never have we seen the countenances of all express so much joy and pleas