vis, of Mississippi, Benjamin and Slidell, of Louisiana, Mallory and Yulee, of Florida, Hemphill and Wigfall, of Texas, Crittenden and Powell, of Kentucky, A. Johnso2; Pennsylvania, 10 1/2 ; Maryland, 2 1/2; Virginia, 2 1/2; South Carolina, 8; Florida, 3; Alabama, 9; Louisiana, 6; Mississippi, 7; Texas, 4; Arkansas, 4; Missouri,land, 4 1/2; Virginia, 14; North Carolina, 10; South Carolina, 8; Georgia, 10; Florida, 3; Alabama, 9; Louisiana, 6; Mississippi, 7; Texas, 4; Arkansas, 4; Missouri.reby respectfully announce their withdrawal therefrom.
Mr. John Milton, of Florida, next announced the unanimous withdrawal of the delegation from that State, in which was read by Mr. Eppes, whereof the essential portion is as follows:
Florida, with her Southern sisters, is entitled to a clear and unambiguous recognition bought in Maryland, some that I bought in Virginia, some in Delaware, some in Florida, some in North Carolina; and I will also show you the pure African, the nobles
Ordinance of Secession immediately and unanimously passed
Georgia follows — so do Alabama, Florida, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Texas
Arkansas, North Carolina, Virginia, Missouri, Tennessee, Ke17 58,372
Arkansas (no ticket) 5,227 28,732 20,094
Louisiana (no ticket) 7,625 22,681 20,204
Florida (no ticket) 367 8,543 5,437
Texas (no ticket) (no ticket) 47,548
This anti-Breckinridge vo kindred spirits were held simultaneously, or soon afterward, in Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Florida, and probably other Slave States.
By these meetings, and by the incessant interchange of messaan among the great plantations of the South, represented more freemen than did the majority.
Florida, through her Legislature, voted
December 1, 1860. to call a Convention.
That Convention metAlabama529,164435,132964,296
Texas had seceded; but her delegates had not reached Montgomery wh