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a Senators have resigned their seats in Congress. The private dispatches from Georgia and Florida assert the readiness of those States for secession. Alabama will not be far behind, according to like reports. A private dispatch today, from Milledgeville, from a gentleman of highest standing, of talent and great discretion, says that the Legislature of Georgia will certainly call a Convention. The refusal of that body to elect a Senator in place of Iverson, is a significant indication of itsist of $230,000 for our banks and dealers. Several additions, in considerable amounts, have been made within the past week to our specie supply in Banks and in private hands. A telegraphic dispatch says that the Military Convention, in session at Milledgeville, Ga., representing sixty-seven companies, on the question of the immediate secession of Georgia, voted two to one in favor of the measure. The minority was in favor of resistance, but doubted the expediency of the resolution.
hlight procession here, with 600 men in the ranks, including military and firemen. Mr. Orr espoused secession and was followed by Keitt and others, in similar speeches. The State Agricultural Fair is in progress here. Alabama. Mobile, Nov. 15.--Gov. Moore will issue a proclamation calling a Convention on the 6th prox, and urging the people to secession. The election is to take place on the 24th December, and the Convention meets on the 7th January. Georgia. Milledgeville, Ga., Nov. 15. --To-day the leading men of all parties, in conference, unanimously agreed to a Convention. They recommend resistance to Lincoln's Administration, the time and mode to be settled by the Convention. In the Senate, to-day, there was considerable discussion on the bill appropriating $1,000,000 for arming the State, passed by the House, resulting in a motion for its reference to the Finance Committee. The bill provides that the money shall be subject to the control of