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known, has given $2,000 to the State of South Carolina. The United States revenue cutter J. C. Dobbin, which was seized at Savannah by the Georgiana, arrived at Norfolk on Tuesday morning, and sailed for Baltimore that evening. The Columbia (S. C.) papers announce officially that the small-pox has disappeared from that city. The representation in the Georgia Convention is thus classed: For immediate secession, 175; for co-operation, 95; not certain, 8, and 11 counties to hear fromil they were absolved from their oaths of office. We find the following dispatch in the Augusta Constitutionalist of Sunday: Washington, Jan. 12.--Seward's speech puts an end to all hope of adjustment. R. Toombs. The Columbia (S. C.) Guardian says: We learn from a private source that on Friday eleven guns and gun-carriages were sent down to Morris' Island, and four placed in the battery at the lower part of the island.--The Washington Light Infantry and another com