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er than do it. the Seizure of the Georgia Muskets at New York. The following dispatches have passed between Senator Toombs, of Georgia, and His Honor Mayor Wood, relative to the seizure of arms by the police on last Tuesday: Milledgeville, Jan. 24, 1861. To His Honor Mayor Wood: Is it true that any arms inMayor Wood: Is it true that any arms intended for and consigned to the State of Georgia have been seized by public authorities in New York? Your answer is important to us and to New York. Answer at once. R. Toombs. To which the Mayor returned the following answer: Hon. Robert Toombs, Milledgeville, Ga. In reply to your dispatch, I regret to say that have no authority over the police. If I had the power I should summarily punish the authors of this illegal and unjustifiable seizure of private property. Fernando Wood. Further particulars of the Secession of Louisiana. Baton Rouge, Jan. 26. --The vote on submitting the ordinance to the people was taken this mor
vidend scrip for $31,600, with interest from 1st Oct., '54, which amounts on 1st Oct., 1860, to $11,376. Ordered to be printed. Resolutions of Inquiry Offered.--By Mr. Miller, of passing a law providing for the valuation of property levied on under executions by two or more freeholders, and that such property be required to bring at the public sale at least two-thirds of the value so fixed; by Mr. Grattan, of vacating all the officers in the militia and ordering a new election; by Mr. Wood, of refunding to Mrs. Lucy Holland, of Fluvanna, taxes erroneously paid by her; by Mr. Riddick, of prohibiting the emancipation of slaves by will; by Mr. Frost, of granting the right of way to the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company for the extension of their road to the mouth of Big Sandy River; by Mr. Bisbie, of further protecting and encouraging independent manufacturers in Virginia; by Mr. Woolfolk, of relieving George W. Davis from the payment of a certain fine imposed on him by the Ci