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South Carolina Legislature--Bonham's Message. Columbia, Sept. 22. --Gov. Bonham's message was read to-day, at 1 o'clock P. M. He recommends that a military force be raised of two regiments of infantry.--one to be mounted and a proportionate force of cavalry and artillery to resist the apprehended raiding parties of the enemy. This force to include able-bodied citizens between sixteen and sixty, not in the Confederate service, or otherwise legally exempted, those who have employed subsGov. Bonham's message was read to-day, at 1 o'clock P. M. He recommends that a military force be raised of two regiments of infantry.--one to be mounted and a proportionate force of cavalry and artillery to resist the apprehended raiding parties of the enemy. This force to include able-bodied citizens between sixteen and sixty, not in the Confederate service, or otherwise legally exempted, those who have employed substitutes, and those having domicils. The Governor asks the Legislature to adopt some policy that will mitigate the evils of impressment by the Confederate Government. He also asks additional legislation as to furnishing labor for coast defence. The topics of the message were appropriately referred. Message No. 2 was road and considered in secret session.