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The seizure of ships at Savannah. The following is the letter written by Gov. Brown in ordering the seizure of the New York ships, at SavSavannah, on the 21st: Executive Department Milledgeville Feb. 21st, 1861. Sir On the fifth day of this month I directed you to call fficient military force, and seize all ships then in the harbor of Savannah belonging to citizens of the State of New York. The reasons for tived a dispatch from Mr. John Boston, the Collector of the port of Savannah, stating that he had just been informed by Mr. Lamar, that the gun Since that time I directed Mr. Lamar to have the guns shipped to Savannah, that they might be delivered to their owners. He now informs me y the seizure, as soon as practicable, of vessels in the harbor of Savannah, or other property in the city, or elsewhere within your reach, bety of New York, or the authorities of that State. Respectfully, &c., Joseph E. Beown. Col. Henry B. Jackson, Aid-de-Camp, Savannah, Ga.
The Georgia State Convention. --The Delegates to the adjourned State Convention of Georgia have been officially notified to reassemble at Savannah on the 7th March.