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We give below a report from the Augusta (Georgia) papers of the speech of President Davis in that city on the 5th instant. It will be read with interest at this time. The President made his appearance, accompanied by Generals Beauregard, Hardee, Cobb, and a number of other officers, and on being introduced by Mayor May amid enthusiastic cheers, spoke as follows: Ladies and Gentlemen, Friends and Fellow Citizens of Georgia: At the moment of leaving your State, after having come hitherw levies could come in from the draft, and the duty of Georgia to feed the armies and hapless refugees, his Excellency brought his remarks to a close amid enthusiastic applause. Brief speeches were also made by Generals Beauregard, Hardee and Cobb, which were greatly applauded. General Beauregard, in the course of his remarks, said that he had fired the first gun at Sumter, and he hoped to live to fire the last of the war, which drew forth loud applause. General Hardee stated that before