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We are requested by Thomas P. Walker late Deputy United States Marshal, to state that the attendance of the jurors summoned for the session of the Federal Court, to have been held in this city on next Monday, will not be required. Charleston, Nov. 20, 1860.--United States Marshal Hamilton to day mailed his resignation. The opinion prevails that ex-Senator Rhett will head the ticket from the Charleston district to the Convention. The brig James Gray, Capt. Plummer, of Newburyport, sails to-morrow with cotton for Havre, and will leave the port with the Palmetto colors flying. This vessel is owned by Cushing Brothers. The cavalry companies of Charleston were to-day reviewed, and presented arms to the Southern Confederacy flag. The money stringency is now so great that relief from the Banks is absolutely essential. They will, therefore, certainly suspend, but are straining every nerve to keep up till the apprehended crash at the North occurs. The new