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ave no power except in a small portion of North Alabama. It is thought that Mr. Forsyth, the editor of the Register, of this city, will certainly join the disunionists. His recent editorials lead to that belief. He says that the Southern States should not be satisfied with any guarantees offered by the Northern States, unless they repeal their State laws against the Fugitive Slave Law. If they fail to do this, the Southern States should dissolve the Union. The lawyers of Lowndes county, Alabama, have resolved to return all Northern claims uncollected, and the example will probably soon be followed throughout the Cotton States. South Carolina. Charleston, Nov. 19, 1860.--The government arsenal is constantly guarded by detachments of the Washington Light Infantry. It is generally believed that the pretext about this being a precaution against popular or service outbreak is all fudge. The fact is, that an immense quantity of ammunition is stored there, and people b