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[special Dispatch to the Richmond Dispatch.]Senator Hale's speech — Determination of the Republicans — Hon, Roger A. Pryor — prospects gloomy, &c. Washington, Dec. 5. --Mr. Hale's speech in the Senate, this morning, is fatal to all movements for conciliation. Disunion stock is rising. Mr. Reagan reports nine-tenths of the people of Texas for secession. The revolution in Houston does not call for a Convention. The Hon. Mr. Sandrum says Louisiana is ripe for secession. Mfor the Union are no brighter, and he will explain by letter, to-morrow, the secret growth of the Homestead bill, forced through the House this morning. Also, Curtis' sixty millions Pacific Railroad bill, to be forced through next Monday. Mr. Pryor is preparing a strong Southern speech. The N. Y. Herald, of this morning, denies that Seward approves of Weed's course; but it is certainly known here that he was in favor of conciliation. The N. Y. Tribune, of this morning, says: "Th<