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umpter, and mentioned the cause of the resignation of Secretary Cars. At Fort Moultrie there were only 65 men, with five or six musicians. Major Anderson is needful of troops. He felt the necessity when the excitement first broke out, of being watchful, lost a few persons from Charleston should surprise him in the night. All the repairs now being made will be to our advantage. The blank in the resolution appointing the committee was, on motion of Mr. Harlee, filled with "13" Mr. Shingler moved to insert "Debt of the United States." The resolution, as it stands, seems to be one-sided. Mr. Harlee moved to lay the motion on the table, which was carried, and the resolution was then adopted. Mr. De Treville's resolutions for a Committee of Safety were transferred for the special order of to-morrow. Mr. Memminger moved the appointment of a committee of seven to draft a summary statement of the causes justifying South Carolina in withdrawing from the Union.--He sa