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In Norfolk. Va., Monday night, a "large and enthusiastic" meeting of "Minute Men" was held at which a "Chief" was chosen. A letter was read from a gentleman in New York, asking to be enrolled for service whenever required Sironz resolutions of resistance to Northern oppression were adopted, and the meeting adjourned with "three cheers for the man that hung John Brown." A telegram, which brings the above information, adds: blue cockades are plentiful on our streets today" Below we give the latest news from the South." North Carolina. The telegraph has mentioned a secession meeting at Wilmington, N. C. on Monday night The resolutions adopted declare that it is "the imperative duty of the State of North Carolina to prepare for assuming her position as an Independent Sovereignty," and demand the call of a State Convention. the Wilmington (N. C.) Journal has the following editorials with reference to this assemblage: In this crisis, the people are decidedly in advanc