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e effect that the cloud which so suddenly and fiercely overwhelmed the land was beginning to break. As soon as the prayer was ended, an Alabama member said: That old man must be in possession of information not accessible to other people. "It is Toombs' letter," replied a Kentuckian, "which encourages him to make the statement." But Mr. Toombs declares that Georgia will go out, and her Congressmen deny that the vote of their Senate, refusing to aid a seceding State against Federal coercion, is Mr. Toombs declares that Georgia will go out, and her Congressmen deny that the vote of their Senate, refusing to aid a seceding State against Federal coercion, is true. Mr. Clemmens, of the Wheeling district, arrived a day or two ago, and took his seat in the House. His health has improved rapidly since he was operated on last summer in New Orleans, and some pieces of detached bone were removed from his leg. He reports the people of his district ready to share the fate of Virginia, be that what it may. In Mr. Jenkins' district, I learn from undoubted authority that the secession feeling is growing.--Those mountaineers, I believe, would rather fight