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nd applying the proceeds of the sale of the same to the purchase of arms, was referred to a Joint Committee, and created considerable fun. The Legislature adjourned till to-morrow, when it will probably finish its business. Baton Rouge,Dec. 12.--The Senate passed the Convention bills after an eloquent opposition speech by Mr. Randall Hunt. Mr. Wirt Adams, of Mississippi, was introduced to the Joint Session, and made a speech announcing the action of Mississippi, and asking the co-operaint Commissioners to the sister slave States created much discussion, but was lost. A resolution requesting the Governor to communicate to the Governors of other Southern States, as to the condition of the country, was adopted. Baton Rouge,Dec. 12.--The extra session of the Legislature has adjourned sine die. Alleged Proscription at Washington. A letter from Washington says: It is stated here to-day that Postmaster General Holt having observed one of his clerks sporting a Pa