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he summons, and the next morning the troops were again assembled. The of 11 o'clock was first fixed for the assault but it was changed to 2 o'clock. Before that hour arrived, a note was received from Captain Elzey asking for an interview with Gov. Brown, of Georgia, and the Governor required to the arsenal, where terms of surrender were agreed on. The Constitutionalist says: The company of United States troops retain all personal effects and their proper arms; have some to make arrangemenuthern Confederacy. The Waynesboro' (Ga.) News suggests the following ticket for President, Vice President and Cabinet Officer of the Southern Confederacy, (that is to be:) President, F. W. Pickens, of South Carolina: Vice President, A. G. Brown, of Mississippi; Secretary of State, Howell Cobb, of Georgia; Secretary of Treasury, John Slidell, of Louisiana; Secretary of War, Jeff, Davis, of Mississippi; Secretary of Navy, Gov. Perry, of Florida; Secretary of Interior, J. L. M. Curry, o