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torney General Black to be his successor — address of Members from the cotton States to their Constituents — letter of Hon. Wm. C. Rived, &c. Gov. Moore, of Alabama, has appointed Commissioners to proceed to the Southern States for the purpose of "conferring with them upon the condition of the country and the policy of the South in the present emergency." The Commissioners, as far as appointed, are A. F. Hopkins and F. M. Gilmer, Jr. to Virginia; J. W. Garnett to North Carolina; L. P. Walker to Tennessee; John A. Elmore to South Carolina; Stephen E. Hale to Kentucky, John A. Winston to Arkansas, and E. W. Pettus to Mississippi. Hon. Jere Clemens, of Ala., has written a letter in favor of a Convention of Southern States to state their demands to the North. He opposes separate State action. A letter from Friars' Point, Mississippi, says that the Vigilance Committee have hanged three carpenters for inciting the slaves to rebellion. Other Northerners were shipped. The steamer