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nia will not act as South Carolina, I have no longer a home, and I am a banished man. [Applause.] I hope, gentlemen, that my friends will excuse me from talking any longer. But, I will say, there is not one of you, young and ardent as most of you are, that has his cause more at heart than I have, or would make greater sacrifices to secure its success. [Loud and long continued applause] The Columbia South Carolinian, speaking of the military preparations in that State, says: At Walhalla, a military company is organizing. At Pendleton, a company has been formed, styled "the Fort Hill Guards," eighty-seven strong, and Col. Walter Gwyan elected Captain. He leaves town this morning, with arms, accoutrements and uniforms for his company. A graduate of West Point, he served fourteen years in the United States Army, and in Virginia commanded in the volunteer service for eighteen years, where he had a regiment of fifteen companies. The Montgomery (Ala.) Mail says: T