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a correspondence between the Woods here and the Chairman of the Democratic National Committee, the former asking the latter to reconvene the Chicago Convention and the latter begging leave to decline; second, the consideration of a call from the party of the second part upon all delegates to that convention who are in favor of the platform, to assemble in the same city to nominate candidates for President and Vice-President; and third, the appointment of a committee to wait at once upon Mr. Pendleton to see whether he, too, stands by or repudiates the platform. The entrance of the Tallahassee into Wilmington, North Carolina. A letter to the New York Herald, from Beaufort, North Carolina, gives a description of the running into Wilmington of the Confederate cruiser Tallahassee. It says: On the night of the 25th instant, at twenty minutes past ten, Captain Phelon, commanding the gunboat Monticello, while cruising off New inlet, discovered a steamer standing for the sha