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st, if their services are needed. The writer concludes as follows: Among the letters to Gov. Gist, some are from mechanics and workmen, asking employment. We have no doubt there will be many more such. The following is a dispatch from Senator Toombs to Hon. L. M. Keitt: Macon,Nov. 14, 1860 To Hon. L. M. Keitt:I will sustain South Carolina in secession. I have announced to the Legislature that I will not serve under Lincoln. If you have the power to act, act at once. We have bright prospects here. R. Toombs. The Augusta (Ga.) Constitutionalist says: Very large amounts of specie for Georgia banks are being daily received, and we are reliably informed that, since the first of November, about one million of dollars in gold has been received by the banks in Savannah and Augusta alone, and the tide of gold flowing into their vaults is as full and continuous now as at any time since the first of the month. The letter from Gov. Perry, of Florida, to