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e any, are overridden by the popular tumult: Pittsburg, Pa.,April 15.--The war news has created an intense excitement here, and busines to-day for calling a Democrat a traitor. Providence, R. I., April 15.--The Directors of the Bank of Commerce have informed Gov. Spragueo the State this morning a loan of $50,000. Lawrence, Mass., April 15. --A meeting of three thousand citizens was held here tonight. Thums were offered for places in the ranks. Manchester, N. H., April 15. --New Hampshire will respond promptly to the call for troops. Ittedly tender two regiments instead of one. St. Johnsbury, Vt April 15.--It is understood that the Governor will convene the Legislature,nal Government. The war News in New Orleans. New Orleans, April 15th. --Mr. Lincoln's war Proclamation was received here this moust. Affairs at Charleston. A telegram from Charleston, April 15th, says: A British merchantman who arrived today, hailed an o
From Charleston.a Trip down the harbor — Graphic description of Fort Sumter--Morris' Island — Scenes in the city, &c. [special Correspondence of the Dispatch.] Charleston, April 15. For a "special correspondent," who arrives on the scene twenty hours after the "special" occasion is ended, there remain only a few scraps of intelligence to communicate, and they are not new. This morning a boat from the city went down to Fort Sumter, and the excursionists on board had a very good opportunity of viewing the scene of the late fight. As you leave the city you find Castle Pinkney on your left — a low, circular fortification, painted a bright yellow. On the narrow ledge around it are seen several awkward squads drilling, their officers trotting them around at a rapid rate. Those soldiers sent to this fort are chiefly recruits who are drilled for the lower points in the harbor. But a few moments elapse before you have a good view of Fort Sumter; but how changed. All the chim<
Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.Southern-rights meeting. Caroline Co., Va., April 15. A meeting of the citizens of the fifth Magisterial District of Caroline county, and of the lower end of Spotsylvania, was held at Chilesburg to-day. Col. F. Wood was called to the chair, and Wm. J. Hancock appointed Secretary. The object of the meeting having been explained, it was moved and seconded that the Chairman appoint a committee of five to draft resolutions expressive of the sense of the meeting. The following gentlemen, viz: John G. Dickinson, E. D. Eve. Capt. R. P. Smith, Dr. N. R. James, and Wm. J. Hancock, being selected, retired for a short time, and made the following report: Whereas, we have no confidence in a majority of the members of the Convention now assembled in Richmond, and as there are but two alternatives for the Old Dominion — the one to remain in her present degraded condition, a suppliant at a Black Republican footstool; and the other to assum