Determination of the New Yankee Governor of North Carolina.
--The Wilmington (N. C.) Journal,
alluding to a late flag of truce interview with Stanly
, the imported Governor of North Carolina
One account represented Mr. Stanly
as saying that the defeat of McClellan
was the worst thing that had ever happened to the South
That it would bring out another million of men at the North
, and so on. He expressed wonder at the position of Mr. Graham
, and said that now was the time for North Carolina
to come into the Union
, if she wished to escape utter ruin.
The report had it that Burnside
was present and in very bad humor.
He said he was done with conciliation in North Carolina
His kindness had been thrown away upon her. He should hereafter adopt a different system, of which the murder of a child in the unprotected little town of Hamilton
is no doubt a foretaste.--There are intimations that Burnside
is soon to commence a forward movement in North Carolina
, but in what direction is not surmised.