■ Now York, Nnv. 10. Riehmond papnrs contain JeíF. Davis' reeent speech at Charleston. He says ho desired by personal observation, to understand their wants. That t was f rom South Garolina"s great men he tirst irabibed the first principies and doctrinen of Stato sovereignty. He paid a high compliment to the rïeroic garriaön of Fort Sumpter. The eyes of the world is upon them, and he trusfed the day never would come when tlio Yankee Üng uould wave over that fortress - that in proportion to Yankee hatrod f this nest of robellion, so is the love of every tnie spnjof the Confederaoy gathered around it, and watchinsr the etruggle with ansious solicitude.