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The Daily Dispatch: November 8, 1860., [Electronic resource], Servants' Clothing--Servants' Clothing. (search)
their resignations written. At the celebration in Savannah of the completion of the Charleston and Savannah Railroad, the Mayor of Savannah pledged fifty thousand Georgians to rush to the assistance of South Carolina if coerced. Collector Colcock, of Charleston, made an eloquent disunion speech. Mr. Buchanan was teased as the last of an illustrious line. There is the greatest enthusiasm for a Southern Confederacy here. Every hat has a cockade, and all minds are resolved to fight. and preparing the State for defence. Mr. Brist, urging it in the House, said action should be prompt, immediate, unqualified, effective and decisive in case of Lincoln's election. Hon. Wm. C. Boyce spoke yesterday, from the steps of the Congaree Hotel, urging secession in case of Lincoln's election. He was followed by other prominent Carolinian. Charleston, Nov. 7--P. M. --James Connor, U. S. District Attorney, and W. F. Colcock, Collector of the port, have resigned.