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ution adopted by South Carolina to reply to the Virginia resolutions have been published. The proceedings in the South Carolina Legislature connected with their reception are interesting. In the House, the following message was received from Gov. Pickens: State of South Carolina. Executive Department, Jan. 28, 1861. To the Speaker and Members of the House of Representatives; Gentlemen His Excellency, the Governor of Virginia, has transmitted to me the enclosed resolutionsn we have agreed first to meet our sister seceding States, to whom we owe our deepest obligations, and feel bound by every tie to make no compromises with any other powers until we have first formed with them a separate and independent Union. F. W. Pickens. The resolutions of the General Assembly of Virginia were then read. Mr. Aldrich offered the following resolutions. Resolved, That South Carolina receives with pleasure the expressions of kindly feeling extend- ed to her by the