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Palmer returned on Wednesday from a visit to the Eastern portion of the State, and informs us that there exists but one feeling among the people — that of secession.--He visited Newmansville, Gainesville, Micanopy, Jacksonville, Lake City, and Fernandina, and did not find a solitary submissionist. At Fernandina the people are very much excited. On Monday, a Charleston steamer came sailing into that port with the Palmetto flag flying at its mast-head. A number of citizens boarded the vessel, Fernandina the people are very much excited. On Monday, a Charleston steamer came sailing into that port with the Palmetto flag flying at its mast-head. A number of citizens boarded the vessel, and, after obtaining permission, run up two more flags--one with two stars, representing South Carolina, and the other with large letters emblazoned upon it, 'Florida goes with South Carolina.'" The Inter-State flag. The following is the inscription on the flag suspended across the river at Augusta, Ga., connecting that State with South Carolina: The Day of our Deliverance is Dawning! Georgia Coat of Arms Palmetto State. So. Carolina Coat of Arms. Georgia Coat of Arms Han