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ow anything of it. But we hope to get a mail this evening from the South, for we are certainly in the fog at this time, and you need not be surprised to hear of Rockingham passing an Ordinance of Secession, as she is fully aroused to the momentous issues settling so fast about us.--Rockingham is largely in favor of secession to-daRockingham is largely in favor of secession to-day ! Just make a note of this, gentlemen of the Convention. No humbug in this statement, for it is a veritable fact. We hope our representatives, especially, will note this change. Our people feel deeply the error they committed. They thought (and honestly, too,) that the best means to prevent war was to vote for Union men ; buon feeling is predominant. The "war news" has had a good effect, and the news of the shedding of the first drop of blood at Sumter cemented our people, and Rockingham is ready to "let slip the dogs of war." The mountaineer, schooled to the use of the rifle from boyhood, makes his mark in the conflict, and are never subdued.