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the patriotic, conservative, and catholic feeling of the other. Mutually exasperated by incendiary disorganizing representations of hungry office-seekers, both sections find themselves in a fierce controversy, which they had no hand in bringing on. In Hancock county, Ga., a meeting adopted unanimously firm and conservative resolutions, denying that the mere election of Lincoln is sufficient cause for disunion, but declaring unfriendly legislation in many of the free States an outrage on the community and the Union demanding resistance. The majority of the counties have held meetings in favor of secession. Many favor it who were strongly conservative. Some favor retaliatory legislation — all favor the holding of a State Convention, and all oppose the coercion of the seceding States. A meeting in Bryan county declared that no Northern fisherman or hunter shall hereafter operate in their section, and that those at present hunting and fishing shall be notified to leave.