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Resolved. That we regard such election as a virtual dissolution of the Union under the present Constitution. Resolved.That we have heard with great satisfaction the resignation of the Hon. A. G. McGrath, United States District Judge for the State of South Carolina, and James Conner, Esq. United States District Attorney, and feel assured that a similar course will be pursued by the United States Judges and District Attorneys in Florida. Resolved, That the assurance of the Hon-W. F. Colcock, Collector of the port of Charleston. and M. Jacobs, Esq., Surveyor, that they will not hold office under a Black Republican Administration, has been received with great satisfaction. Resolved, That the determination of our Collector and Deputy Collector to pursue a similar course meets with the hearty approval of this meeting. The Southern Press contains appeals on both sides of the disunion question. The Southern Confederacy, of Atlanta, Ga., says: We ask the people o