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itory. He stated, furthermore, that the present Administration, conceding the right of individual States to secede, would take no offensive measures, and that the next Congress, having a Democratic majority, would render such measures impossible on the part of Mr. Lincoln. He stated that he would rather die than become a slave to the North. He defied the bayonets of the coercive officer, and closed with an announcement of the South Carolina Convention for January 8, and the resignation of Toombs.--The enthusiasm of the meeting was unquestionable, and if the State were to be controlled by the feelings of its capital, secession would be inevitable. The flags. From the Charleston papers of Saturday, we take the following items of interest: The flags are increasing bravely. In fact, so rapidly have representations of the Palmetto and "Lone Stars" made their appearance on our thoroughfares, that we have been unable to keep up with them. Yesterday morning a new one was rais
res for secession. It says the large sectional vote at the North and South proves a common government is impossible, and that the efforts to save the Union must be fruitless. Appeals to conservative men to take the secession movement in their own hand the only method of avoiding evil consequences which might result from its consumption when in less cautious hands, as the inevitable consequence must be revolution. Augusta, Ga., Nov. 18. --It is the general impression that Senator Toombs has not yet resigned, but he says he will resign on the 3rd of March, unless Georgia sooner secedes. Milledgeville, Ga., Nov. 17.--Affairs have been much quieter since Wednesday night, when Hon. A. H. Stephens made a conservative speech. It acted like oil on the troubled waters, and all parties are now disposed to act coolly and considerately. To-day, the bill calling a State Convention passed the Senate unanimously. The election of delegates takes place on the 9th of January