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ted to, and the resolution will come up at a future day. Mr. Yulee announced the reception of official intelligence that his State had seceded, and, consequently, that he and his colleague were no longer Senators. He read a valedictory giving the reasons which had induced Florida to secede. Mr. Mallory also delivered a valedictory. Mr. Clay, of Ala., on behalf of himself and Mr. Fitzpatrick, also withdrew in consequence of official intelligence of the secession of Alabama. Mr. Davis announced the secession of Mississippi, and made a speech, after which the seceding Senators rose and left the Hall, first taking leave of their old associates. The Kansas bill was amended and passed by a vote of 36 to 13. Mr. Crittenden's resolutions came up. Mr. Bigler advocated their passage. He denied the right of secession, and also of the right of coercion. Mr. Cameron endorsed Mr. Bigler's remarks, and in reply to a question from Mr. Iverson, said he would go even fa
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For Hire. --I have for hire for the present year, a Negro Woman, who is a first-rate Cook, Washer and Ironer. Apply to Jno. A. Hutcheson, At Davis & Hutcheson's, Franklin st. ja 21--ts
Davis, Deupree & Co, will give their entire attention to the sale of Negroes, Publicly and privately. Odd Fellows' Hall, Corner Mayo and Franklin streets, Richmond, Va. Ro. H. Davis, Wm. S. Deupree, S. R. Fondren. Rufus G. Maddux, Clerk. de 1--1y