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Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.public meeting in Rockbridge. Lexington, Va., Dec. 4. On the call of a committee, composed of twelve gentlemen of this place, who were selected as prominent and influential members of the three great political parties in our State, a meeting of the citizens of Rockbridge county was held to-day at the Court House, "for the purpose of taking into consideration the alarming state of public affairs." The meeting was unusually large, and was composed of the best men of the several parties. A series of conservative resolutions, that were carefully prepared by a number of citizens of the town, who represented the sentiments of the three parties, were presented, by way of compromise, as expressive of the views of this meeting; but before any effort was made to take a vote upon them, two other sets of resolutions were offered as substitutes.--These brought about a protracted and deeply interesting discussion, which was participated in by
Baltimore, Dec. 4.--Arrived, schr. William and John, Richmond; cleared, schrs. Lucy Penn, Tappahannock; J. M. Tarr, Fredericksburg; Jno. Allen, Richmond. Portland, Dec. 1.--Cleared, schr. E. L. Hammond, Richmond; arrived, schr. Flying Cloud, from Vindnaven, for Norfolk. Philadelphia, Dec. 3.--Cleared, schr. S. D. Portland, Dec. 1.--Cleared, schr. E. L. Hammond, Richmond; arrived, schr. Flying Cloud, from Vindnaven, for Norfolk. Philadelphia, Dec. 3.--Cleared, schr. S. D. Bellows, Norfolk, Dec. 4. --Cleared steamer Virginia Richmond. New York, Dec. 4.--Cleared, steamer Jamestown, Richmond. Arrived, schr. Wythe, Tuttle, Richmond. Portland, Dec. 1.--Cleared, schr. E. L. Hammond, Richmond; arrived, schr. Flying Cloud, from Vindnaven, for Norfolk. Philadelphia, Dec. 3.--Cleared, schr. S. D. Bellows, Norfolk, Dec. 4. --Cleared steamer Virginia Richmond. New York, Dec. 4.--Cleared, steamer Jamestown, Richmond. Arrived, schr. Wythe, Tuttle, Richmond.
Massachusetts Municipal elections. Fall River, Dec. 3. --E. A. Buffington, Republican, was re-elected Mayor to-day, with the entire Republican ticket for the City Council. New Bedford, Dec. 3.--Issac C. Tober, citizen's candidate, was elected Mayor, with a large majority of the City Council on the same ticket. Lawrence, Dec. 3.--Joseph R. Baker, Republican, was elected Mayor by 400 majority. The City Council is Republican. Springfield, Dec. 3.--The vote for Mayor to-day was a tie. Five Democratic and three Republican Aldermen were elected. The Common Council stands — Republicans, 14; Democrats, 4. Boston, Dec. 4.--James D. Green was reelected Mayor of Cambridge yesterday, by 16 plurality, over Mr. Sargent. In Chelsea, Frank B. Fay was elected by 342 majority.
Railroad accident. Easton, Pa., Tuesday, Dec. 4. --Last evening, as a freight train was passing through the bridge at Freemansburg, eight cars ran off the track and broke through the flooring. Francis Meighan, conductor, was killed. The bridge was not injured.
Old factory at Northboro' destroyed by Fire. Boston, Tuesday, Dec. 4. --The old factory at Northboro' was destroyed by fire last night Loss $35,000. Many persons were thrown out of employment.
The vote of Texas. New Orleans, Tuesday, Dec. 4. --Breckinridge's majority over Bell and Douglas is 32,109.
Mayoralty Nomination. Boston, Tuesday, Dec. 4. --Moses Kimball was last night nominated by the Republicans for Mayor of Boston.