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Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.letter from Texas. Moulton, Lavaca County, Texas, December 20th, 1860. From the Sabine to the Rio Grande there is one united voice for secession. Companies of Minute Men have been formed in every town and county in the State, and the Lone Star banner is again unfurled in every town. Every man and boy wears either the "blue cockade" or the "lone star." Our hitherto quiet and orderly people are all fully aroused, and all wear the look of determined resistance to Black Republican rule. We have no straight-out submissionists here; no one would think of acknowledging his willingness to submit to Black Republican despotism. The unanimity for resistance pervades all classes, and all local differences are forgotten. The military spirit of our people is fully aroused. The various companies in this and adjoining counties, are arming them selves with the most formidable weapons of modern warfare. The weekly drill and the roaring of can