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reasury; Mr. Toombs, Secretary of War; Mr. Conrad, of Louisiana, Secretary of the Navy; Interior, ,Hon. Mr. Boyce, of South Carolina; Postmaster General, Judge Chilton, of Alabama; and Attorney General, Mr. Benjamin, of Louisiana.--This may be so, buhat of Postmaster General, which is not yet made Secretary of State, Toombs, of Ga.; Secretary of Treasury, Memminger, of S. C.; Secretary of War.
Elliott, of Miss.; Secretary of Navy, Perkins, of La.; Attorney General, P. Walker.
of Ala. It is sament in the Cotton States is a mere bubble — confined to here and there a man. I will venture to affirm, that even in South Carolina, where all the horrors that haunt your Union-saving men exists, you will not find, in the whole State, fifty men, wom.
So Virginia may prolong her deliberations or not, as long as she thinks best.
If she is too slow, she can't blame South Carolina and her sister States for being just fast enough to get out of old Abe's clutches.
They have stood by their rights l