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ina, but landed Benton, Clay, and others. He never missed an opportunity to give a thrust, and heap abuse upon South Carolina and her doctrines. The brig that hoisted the Palmetto flag in the harbor of Charleston this week, was not from Boston, but from Newburyport, Mass., and belongs to the Messrs. Cushing, a firm of which the Hon. Caleb Cushing is a member. W. H. T. Walker, Brevet Lieutenant in the U. S. Army, has resigned his commission to be a candidate for Colonel of the Augusta (Ga.) Volunteer Battalion. The bill for calling a Convention in South Carolina on the second Monday in January, the members to be elected on the Tuesday previous, passed the Senate of that State by a vote of 44 ayes to 1 negative, the dissenting Senator differing only about time. In the House a resolution to send a Commissioner to Georgia was laid over until Saturday. It was attacked by its opponents as disastrous in its delays, and the result of the Commission to Virginia was cited. A
one, Sneed, Montgomery, Dorue, Ford, and others, and a conservative sentiment prevailed. The resolutions were unanimously adopted. Counter public meeting at Augusta. Augusta, Nov. 10--A large public meeting is in progress to-night. The Savannah resolutions were unanimously adopted, after having been so amended as to declAugusta, Nov. 10--A large public meeting is in progress to-night. The Savannah resolutions were unanimously adopted, after having been so amended as to declare that the only remedy for Lincoln's election is immediate secession. This was received with loud and prolonged cheering. It was moved and adopted that the thanks of the people of the South are due to the gallant men North who attempted to roll back the tide of fanaticism at the recent election. It was resolved, furthe, addressed the meeting, decidedly in favor of immediate action by the South. Intense excitement prevailed. Resignation of Senators Toombs and Chestnut. Augusta, Nov. 10.--Senator Toombs, of Georgia, and Senator Chestnut, of South Carolina, have severally resigned their offices as Senators of the United States. Volun
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the Government with its immortal trophies and worldwide prestige to the exclusive possession of the North! But, if South Carolina, or Georgia, or any other State, shall decide upon secession, in God's name, and in the name of civil liberty and State rights, let her withdraw! This is not the hour for rash counsel, or precipitate action. Moderation was never more desirable than now. Referring to the position of the Georgia Legislature, with reference to action in this crisis, the Augusta (Ga.) Dispatch says: The rights and powers of the Legislature are conferred on it by the Constitution, and the framers of that instrument never dreamed of or provided for a contingency like this. They conferred no powers for such an emergency, and the assumption of them by the Legislature would be usurpation, tending to produce divisions among the people, who, in such a crisis, should be united. The Legislature is now in session, and, like all patriotic Southern men, feel themselves stu
Pardoned. --George W. Young, of Augusta, Me, who was convicted in June, 1858, of advising and assisting G. W. L. Burnham in robbing the U. S. mail, between Augusta and Belfast, and was sentenced to fifteen years imprisonment in the State Prison, has been pardoned by the President of the United States.--Young has been in the State Prison two years and five months. Pardoned. --George W. Young, of Augusta, Me, who was convicted in June, 1858, of advising and assisting G. W. L. Burnham in robbing the U. S. mail, between Augusta and Belfast, and was sentenced to fifteen years imprisonment in the State Prison, has been pardoned by the President of the United States.--Young has been in the State Prison two years and five months.
The returns. Below we publish a table containing all the returns received since Saturday morning, and some official corrections of the vote as published then: Breckinridge'smakersBell'sMajorities. Accomactie.Albemarle261 Alleghany101Alexandria446 Amherst175Amelia21 Appomattox342Augusta2330 Barbour587Bath57 Brooke278Berkeley83 Brunswick186Botetourt1 Caroline211Bedford429 Carroll378Buckingham22 Charlotte47Campbell314 Clarke47Chesterfield456 Cumberland3Culpeper1 Doddridge204Charles City814 Essex29Dinwiddie135 Fauquier47Elizabeth City83 Franklin213Fairfax7 Frederick352Fluvanna32 Floyd35Greenbrier490 Gloucester164Hardy510 Goochland189Henry99 Greene457Highland47 Gilmer160Henrico700 Greensville13James City88 Hampshire184Jefferson501 Halitax766Londoun1253 Hancock200Marshall117 Harrison260Monroe175 Isle of Wight609Montgomery287 King George42Nansemond58 King and Queen256Nelson336 King William173New Kent94 Lewis355Norfolk City547 Lunenburg275Norfo