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lieve that Mr. Morse, like many other well meaning men at the North, was not unwilling to see Republicanism succeed, little dreaming that the consequences would be as disastrous as they have proved. It was noised about town last night that Mr. Lamar had printed a letter advising Mississippi to remain in the Union until nine other Southern States had seceded, and he was much denounced by certain parties for so advising. Upon examination of his letter, I find that he recommends prompt seces (of any number Mississippi may agree upon) Southern States are out. A note in this morning's National Intelligencer taking exception to the President's views touching coercion, and signed "M," is said to be from Mr. Fillmore. Keith and Lamar have gone home; the former in some alarm lest the African slave trade may be opened by the Southern Confederacy; in which event the 100 negroes lately given him by his father in-law will not prove so valuable a present as might be. Toombs, howeve