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The Secession Movement at the South. The Message of the Governor of South Carolina.--No Retreat for the Palmetto State. --Position of the Border States. &c., &c., &c. The Governor of South Carolina has sent in his message to the Legislature. He thinks temporary postal arrangements can be made with Adams & Co,'s Express until those of a permanent character can be entered into., The duties of the Governor of South Carolina "in future" will be so much more arduous than in the past, that the salary of the office should be increased and a private secretary allowed. Referring to the laws of the new republic on the subject of treason, he says: The general recognition by the citizens of South Carolina of their allegiance to the State, and that obedience to the Federal Government ceases as soon as the State withdraws from the Union and asserts her sovereignty, satisfies me that she will have no traitors in her limits; but a wise precaution can result in no harm, and may be the