erage passengers, who were refused a residence by the authorities.
They are mechanics and laborers.
Three cabin passengers, who were advised to leave, also returned by the Augusta.
A meeting of the citizens of Culpeper county, Va., to consider the present aspect of Federal affairs and the state of the Union, was held at Culpeper Court-House on Monday last.
Addresses were delivered by James w. Green, Dr. Stringfellow, George Parnell, Henry Shackleford, P. B. Smith, Horace Shackleford, C. P. Moncure, and others.
A resolution requesting the Governor to call an extra session of the Legislature at an earlier date than it is called together in his proclamation, was introduced and laid on the table.-- Some of the speakers made eminently conservative speeches, while others took ground in favor of secession.
The meeting without definite action, adjourned until next Court.
Ex-Gov. Wise, of Va., in a letter written to Rufus Dolbear, of New Orleans, October 21st, two w