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Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.meeting in Mecklenburg. Mecklenburg Co., Va., Jan. 22. We had a very large and exciting meeting on Monday at our Court-House. The people assembled together for the purpose of nominating a candidate for the Convention. Two candidates having declared themselves, no nomination was made. Col. Thos. F. Goode and Tucker Carrington are the candidates, both secessionists. It is generally thought that Carrington will be elected. Yours, in haste, J. J. C.
From New Mexico. Independence, Jan. 22. --The New Mexico mail, with dates to the 31st of December, arrived here this evening. About eighteen days ago Major Crittenden, with his command from Fort Union, came across a large band of Kiowa Indians, near the Cunerone Springs, and a battle ensued, during which fifty Indians were killed, and among them their notorious chief, Santunk. They burnt up one hundred of their lodges, and took all their ponies and provisions, &c. None of Major Crittenden's command were even wounded.