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s operations. The States may do this without yielding a particle of their rights. At least, such is the opinion of Governor Bonham, a State rights man of the straightest sect, brought up at the very feet of the great State-rights Gamaliel himself.rful tenderness for the rights of and profess to feel unbounded alarm at the encroachments of the Federal Government. Gov. Bonham has no such fears. He knows, as every man of sense must know, that our system is based upon a distinct acknowledgmentf the Confederacy. If you appoint an attorney to transact your business, you must give him the necessary powers. Gov. Bonham is evidently in favor of putting a musket into the hands of every able bodied man between the ages of eighteen and forone such in South Carolina, if the Legislature of that State and the Confederate Government be of the same mind with Governor Bonham.--He opposes the State law which authorizes the exemption of the officers of railroads, and as many employees as the