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Interesting from the South. The Liberty Pole at Charleston — The National Flag net Popular — Conservative Speech of Hon. A. H. Stephens at Milledgeville — The Cockade in the Pulpit, &c., &c. The following interesting news is collected from our Southern exchanges: A dispatch from Charleston to the New York Herald, da
ve is the following extract from a late address of Judge McGrath: "The time for deliberation has passed — the time for action has come."
Great meeting at Milledgeville.
There was a great and exciting assemblage Milledgeville, Ga., on Thursday night. The Mon. A. M. Stephens addressed the meeting in opposition to successionMilledgeville, Ga., on Thursday night. The Mon. A. M. Stephens addressed the meeting in opposition to succession.
We copy an abridged report of his speech from the Augusta Dispatch:
"He maintained that it would not be dishonorable to hold office under Lincoln, because he would for at least two years be a mere locum tenens in the hands of the Senate, by whom every appointment must be confirmed, and who would, therefore, have power t