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[from our regular Correspondent.] Charleston, April 15, 1861. I now wish merely to say to the persons who have written to me lately about business, that things have changed complexion in the last few days. It is impossible for me, with the duties pressing upon me at present, to answer one-fourth of them. I lay their letters carefully by, and when I have time I will reply. I may say to you here that hundreds of men from your State will be with us are long. To gentlemen who write for situations in the Army I will say, that I am now in correspondence with Gen. Beauregard, and shall expect to have a private interview with him at an early hour, when I think I shall be permitted to say that if your gallant sons wish to cover themselves with glory, make up in your State several regiments of your best blood. For the present I will say, we need men of war more than men of business, and I advise all persons who may wish merely to gratify their curiosity, to stay away from he
Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.change of sentiment in North Carolina. Raleigh, N. C., April 15th, 1861. Lincoln's Proclamation, that we received here this evening, created quite a sensation.--A great many Union men of the strongest stamp, upon seeing it, acknowledged that they had been mislead, deceived, and that now they would stand by the South, come weal or woe. There will be a large meeting of true Southern men at the Court-House to-morrow night, to deliberate on, and express their opinion concerning, the present state of affairs. Yes, the people are beginning to see things in their true light and I am confident in saying that the majority of the people of North Carolina, in spite of their error in voting down a Convention, are true to Southern rights, to Southern principles. Gov. Ellis has been quite unwell for the last few days. He is all right on the important question of the day. Long life to him.--He will issue an order to-morrow to call togethe