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seized by the police of this State, but the city of New York should in no way be made responsible for the outrage. As Mayor, I 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 morning — ayes 45, nays 84. John Perkins addressed the Convention on the passage of the Secession Ordinance. The debate closed, and a vote was ordered. The galleries and lobbies were intensely crowded, and a deathlike silence prevailed.--On the call of the roll many members were in tears. The Clerk announced the vote — ayes 113, nays 17--and the President declared Louisiana a free and sovereign republic. Capt. Allen then entered the Convention with a Pelican flag, accompanied by Governor Moore and staff, and