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The mails bring accounts of county meeting being held in South Carolina, Georgia and Alabama, in favor of disunion. Hon. Wm. F. Colcock, the collector of the port of Charleston, has declined to be a candidate for the South Carolina Convention, as he intends remaining at his post until his State secedes. Major W. J. Sanford, heretofore a very prominent Union man of Georgia, has come out for secession. The Norfolk (Va.) Herald gives the following information about.

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