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as gold. The Bank of Charleston to-day hoisted the State flag. Notwithstanding the stringency in money affairs, the city is lively and business quite brisk. The Convention will probably sit a week, but the first thing done will be secession.-- McGrath is much talked of as the commissioner to settle with the government the terms of secession. He is learned, firm and cool. Public confidence in the success and beneficial results of the revolution grows stronger daily. At Columbia, S. C., Saturday night, after the opera of Norman, Miss Annie Milner appeared with the Palmetto flag and sung the Marseilles hymn, slightly altered to suit the times. The effect was tremendous. The Executive of South Carolina is daily in receipt of letters from various Southern States proffering the services of volunteers to the State, in the event of the secession of South Carolina. The Columbia Guardian says: The following from Virginia, is accompanied by the subjoined tender, in