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able, co-operation in secession and co-operation after secession. Whatever mode, manner, or redress be adopted, the first step to its successful accomplishment is to unite the counsels of those who are equally aggrieved, and who are simultaneously demanding redress, or at least as many as will unite their counsels. 3d. That in hasty, ill-advised separate State secession, we can see nothing but divisions among our people, confusion among the slaveholding States, strife around our firesides, and ultimate defeat to every movement for the effective redress of our grievances. Louisiana Military Board. Gov. Moore, of Louisiana, has appointed, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, Capt. Braxten Bragg, (of a "little more grape" notoriety,) Col. P. O. Hebert, Isaiah Garrett, and Daniel W. Adams, on the Military Board contemplated in the act passed by the extra session of the Legislature to promote the formation of military companies, and to arm and equip the same.
upon. The proceedings were opened with prayer, in which God was invoked to unite the people of the South for the formation of a Southern Confederacy. Gen. Adams then moved to go into secret session. An amendment was offered to the motion, inviting the Governor, Postmaster of Charleston and Collector of the port to ston Dec. 21. --The prayer at the opening of the Convention invoked God's blessing on the new-born Confederacy. Immediately after reading the journal, Mr. Adams moved to exclude reporters and strangers. Mr. Carlee offered a substitute for the motion, appointing a committee to wait on the Governor, so that the Convention could advise with him in secret session relative to the present state of affairs. Laid aside. Mr. Adams moved, in addition, that the Postmaster be invited to the secret session, Carried. Mr. Inglis moved for an official reporter to the Convention. Lost. Mr. Rhett reported from the committee appointed to make an
Judge Thompson, Dr. Alfred Hughes, and Wm. F. Gosherm, recently arrested in Wheeling for political offences, have been sent to Camp Chase to be confined there. The ladies of the Atlanta Hospital Association have presented Col. John A. Morgan with a beautiful cane. The gentlemen ought to present him with a sword. Colonel Daniel W. Adams, lately commanding the First Louisiana Regulars, has been prompted to the grade of Brigadier-General Confederate States Army. Owing to various disasters, among them the recent heavy and continued rains, the harvest in Georgia, it is said, reveals a remarkably short trop of wheat. Edward Everett is camping it through the West, haranguing the people on "the origin and character of the war." Peter German, a well-known Government contractor, died suddenly in Washington on the 7th inst. The tax bill, which has passed the Federal Senate, will give it is computed, about a hundred and twenty million dollars. Gen. McDow
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