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inger, of this city, is to be Mr. Davis' Secretary of State; and it is also rumored that Mr. Cobb (not Howell, his brother,) is to be Secretary of the Treasury; 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; P. S.--Since writing the above, the Cabinet appointments have been announced, except that 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 said that Toombs will not accept. V. Charleston, Feb. 21, 1861. There are a few common words and expressions which I think Southern speakers and writers ought to correct, as inapplicable, tame, and unworthy of Southern manliness. One word is "ask." "Ask and ye shall receive. " is the injunction of our Divin