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Northern markets --[By Telegraph.] New York, Nov. 27.--Money easier, but unchanged. Stocks lower, but better after the adjournment of the Board — Centrals 73 ¾; Virginias 78; Missouri 67
New York, Nov. 26.--Cleared, schr. Manchester. Richmond. Philadelphia, Nov. 26.--Cleared, bark Elf, via Richmond. [by Telegraph] Norfolk, Nov. 27--Bark Golden Era, from Chickasaw, has arrived in Hampton Roads. Schooner Exertion, bound to Providence, sunk Monday night in York Spit, has been raised, and will be brought to this place.
Later from Europe.arrival of the city of Baltimore. New York, Nov. 27th.--The City of Baltimore, with Liverpool dates to the 15th, has arrived. commercial. Liverpool, Nov. 15--Cotton — Sales on Wednesday dud. Nearly all sold to the trade. Prices easier, but unchanged. Console 92 2/4@93 ½
Message of the Governor of South Carolina, Columbia, S. C., Nov. 27.--The message of Gav, Gist, laid before the Legislature yesterday, devotes many pages to local and State affairs. He says this session of the Legislature is doubly important, as it will have to pave the way for direct trade with Europe, and advises that the State shall foster enterprises for such a purpose by guaranteeing the projectors 5 per cent, on investments they may make. Referring to postal matters, he says he is authorized by the Postmaster at Charleston to say that in case the State secedes he will cover his connection with the Federal Government, and offer his services to the State. This, with the resignation of the postmasters generally in the State, will enable the Common wealth to be unembarrassed in establishing for herself postal arrangements. He further suggests a probable arrangement between South Carolina and the Federal Government for a given time, or until the other States secede and a Sou
The Montgomery Raid. Warsaw, Mo., Nov. 27.--A detachment of Montgomery's band visited Fort Scott after the officers and court dispersed, but did not molest the town or citizens. There has been to incursion into Missouri. The party seen near Balt's Mills were Government troops.
Southern financial News. Augusta, Ga., Nov. 27. --The brokers buy to bills of Banks outside of Georgia. The Manufacturers' Bank, at Macon, has suspended, and will probably wind up.
The Mississippi Legislature. Jackson, Miss., Nov. 27.--The Legislature merely organized. The Governor's Message was delivered. Its, tone is uncompromising. The members are unanimous for secession.