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to a free State. It is said summary action will soon be taken in the case of George Rye, Republican elector, who is a resident in that county. The Culpeper C. H. (Va.) Observer says: " Some of our young gentlemen have mounted the blue cockade and the Virginia button, while others sport the red, white and blue rosettes. We hope they will not come in collision during these exciting times." The South Carolina Legislature, before adjourning, accepted the resignation of U. S. Senator Hammond. In the Charleston papers several cards have appeared, calling on gentlemen to stand for places in the State Convention. These gentlemen have declined being nominated in that way, and the Courier, commending their determination, says: There should be no division, or distraction, or personal element in the councils and purposes of Electors, called upon to constitute a body clothed with the sovereignty of the State, and charged with the weighty and solemn responsibilities of a new pol
The Daily Dispatch: November 16, 1860., [Electronic resource], The British and American difficulty at Panama. (search)
From Washington. Washington, Nov. 15.--The sloop-of-war Macedonia is ordered to fit out for the Home Squadron, to replace a vessel whose term has expired. Senator Hammond has written here to have his personal effects sent to South Carolina. It is believed he does not intend to return here this winter.