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viz: Ben McCulloch, Jack Hayes, and Major Bell, new living in North Carolina. Give each of these renowned partisan leaders three hundred picked horsemen to command, and we should have three whirlwinds of destruction whose rapid forays the North could neither anticipate nor resist. Mr. Pryor's absence from your meeting last night, is attributable, I am cold, to the fact that he failed to get any telegraphic response to his letter accepting the call to speak on that occasion. General Duff Green, through the N. Y. Herald, announces his belief that Lincoln is not unwilling to accept a compromise which Congress might make, but which he himself could not. The Tribune, urged on by its Washington correspondent, "J. S. P," is much alarmed at the prospect. But, then, a friend just from New York, tells me that four-fifths of the Democracy there are in favor of coercion, and one Soerman, of that city, an influential politician, reached here last night in a state of frenzied passion ag