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Affairs at the South. Minute Men in Virginia--South Carolina to Compensate her Resigned Federal Officers — Secession and Counter Secession — Meeting in Georgia--Resignation of Senators Toombs and Chesnut. The Southern papers bring further "note of preparation." Here in Virginia, at Norfolk, upwards of 250 Minute Men have been enrolled. A company in Princess Anne county has elected ex-Gov. Wise commander. At Charleston, S. C., on Friday, two military companies, one of them an Irish company, paraded to salute the Palmetto flag. In Staunton, Va., in view of the "alarming condition." of the country, a mass meeting has been called to meet on Saturday next. At Savannah, the Council is about arming and supplying ammunition to the volunteer corps there. A telegram from Knoxville, Tenn., has been received in Charleston, asking "if South Carolina will accept volunteer companies from Tennessee." At Columbia, S. C., a meeting of lawyers determined to return forthwith all Northern
hat the resolutions adopted thereat do not express the sense of the community. Colonel Anderson, of Savannah, addressed the meeting, decidedly in favor of immediate action by the South. Intense excitement prevailed. Resignation of Senators Toombs and Chestnut. Augusta, Nov. 10.--Senator Toombs, of Georgia, and Senator Chestnut, of South Carolina, have severally resigned their offices as Senators of the United States. Volunteers in Alabama. Mobile, Oct. 19--A battalion onderson, of Savannah, addressed the meeting, decidedly in favor of immediate action by the South. Intense excitement prevailed. Resignation of Senators Toombs and Chestnut. Augusta, Nov. 10.--Senator Toombs, of Georgia, and Senator Chestnut, of South Carolina, have severally resigned their offices as Senators of the United States. Volunteers in Alabama. Mobile, Oct. 19--A battalion of cavalry is now forming here, whose services will be offered to the Governor of the State.