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Wilmington, N. C., June 13 1861.
In pursuance to a call meeting, our citizens met at the Theatre last night, for the purpose of adopting resolutions concerning Northern persons who had domiciled in Wilmington for twenty years, and those who are leaving and those who have left.

Messrs.J. L. H. and J. R. B., men who have made their fortunes in Wilmington; men, as I may say, who have been raised from the lowest pit of poverty to throes of riches, crept quietly out of town a day or two ago, in the igee hours of the morning.

There is a general suspension of all kinds of business to-day. Service in all the churches.


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