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fice under a Black Republican Administration, has been received with great satisfaction. Resolved, That the determination of our Collector and Deputy Collector to pursue a similar course meets with the hearty approval of this meeting. The Southern Press contains appeals on both sides of the disunion question. The Southern Confederacy, of Atlanta, Ga., says: We ask the people of Georgia to be not ensnared or entrapped by the disunion party. --Listen not to the mad rantings of Toombs, or the deceitful sophistries of Cobb. But let the councils of Stephens, of Johnson, of Lumpkin, of Jenkins, and of Warner, be heard. If Georgia, in her sovereign capacity, declares for secession upon the election of Lincoln, be it so; we are ready to follow her mandates, and defend her from federal coercion or abolition aggression. But we counsel the people against rashness, or a commitment to any act until the State, in her reserved sovereignty, shall decide upon the momentous question.
The Georgia Legislature. Milledgeville, Ga, Nov. 12 --A resolution was introduced in the House to-day, to the effect that Georgia declares herself out of the Union, and another of similar character, but calling a convention of the people to ratify the secession, was also introduced. Both were referred to a committee. Senator Toombs' resignation is to take place after the 4th of March, unless Georgia sooner secedes. It is reliably reported here that Senator Hammond, of S. C., has resigned his seat in the Senate. [Second Dispatch.] Milledgeville, Ga., Nov. 12.--A resolution was offered in the House instructing the Georgia Senators and Representatives in Congress to resist the counting of the Electoral vote of the States which have nullified the fugitive slave law. It was made the special order of the day for the 20th inst. A resolution was offered contemplating the calling of a Southern Convention in February, at Atlanta. One of the provisions of