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Affairs at the South. the flags — the Bill for Arming SouthCarolina — feeling in Alabama, &c. Charleston is gay with State-Rights flags floating from public and private buildings.-- at the theatre the Palmetto has been substituted for the national flag, and, in some cases, a flag with two stars, representing Georgia and South Carolina, has been hoisted. A dispatch from Judge Perryman, of Alabama, to the Governor of that State, places "two sons and $10,000 worth of railroad stocAlabama, to the Governor of that State, places "two sons and $10,000 worth of railroad stock" at his service. At the public meeting in Savannah, Ga., Friday night, the resolutions (already published) declaring that Lincoln's election should not be submitted to, were adopted, the people rising and cheering, and the following was also carried without a dissenting voice: resolved. that our thanks are due, and are hereby tendered, to those noble men of the North who attempted, at the ballot-box, to roll back the Black tide of fanaticism. They failed, but we shall ever recognize th