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in tone. Ruffin says that South Carolina will undoubtedly go out unless all her demands are complied with. The fear of secession is not nearly so strong to day. Senators Green and Breckinridge are at the National. Their rooms are in it of visitors tonight. Mr. Breckinridge takes hopefully, and counsels moderation, forbearance and compromise. Many gentlemen believe that early in the session, before the assembling of the South Carolina Convention, prominent Republicans, like Corwin, Sherman, Trumbull, Covode, and perhaps , will set forth the position of the Republican party and their policy satisfactorily, so that all troubles and danger to the Union will be at an end. A conservative compromise measure is being prepared here, which will cover the entire sectional issue in dispute. It agreed upon, it will leave no State a shadow of an excuse for seceding. It re-establishes the Missouri line, and extends it to the Pacific. Another correspondent, looking at the other