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[Telegraphic Dispatches.] Southern Commercial Convention, Atlanta, Nov. 13. --The Southern Convention failed to meet yesterday. No delegates made their appearance. This, however, is owing to the Convention movements throughout the South. Georgia. Macon, Nov. 15. --The Joint Committee on the state of the Republic agreed unanimously to report a bill for calling a convention of the people, with a preamble recommending resistance. It is understood that Gov. Brown, A. H. Stephens, H. V. Johnson, Linton Stephens, T. R. Cobb, and all other leading men, have endorsed the bill, and that it will pass unanimously. The legislators differ somewhat on the mode of resistance, but the immediate secession men have a large majority. A. H. Stephens spoke at Milledgeville last night. He favored the State Convention demanding of the States which have nullified the fugitive slave law to repeal their acts, and upon their refusal, which was certain, then the South coul