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y seldom witnesses such an imposing assemblage. Very little business was transacted in Court. The condition of the county was the absorbing topic of conversation.-- But one sentiment pervaded the masses, and that was a sentiment of loyalty to the Constitution, but of firm, unyielding resistance to Republican tyranny. Several gentlemen addressed a tremendous meeting in the Court-House, taking decided ground in favor of putting Virginia immediately out of the Union.-- Among these were Tucker Carrington and Thos. F. Geode, who are the only candidates for the Convention in Mecklenburg. I forbear to express any opinion as to the merits of the rival candidates, inasmuch as the election, now so close at hand, will soon decide between them. Edward Townes, a wealthy and influential citizen, living near this place, died a few days since. A man, who has been living in Clarkesville a short time, gave utterance to sentiments rather Northern, a day or so back, and was knocked down by
pondence 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. spondence 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.