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Affairs in North Carolina. The Yankee Governor, Edward Stanley, visited Elenton and its vicinity a few days since. With reference to the coming election in that State, he said he would allow no man to be elected to office who was not a Union man, and in case of the election of a rebel would arrest him if possible. The people have nominated M. L. Earl for the Senate and Lemuel C. Berbury for the House — both of them being Confederate soldiers now in the army. He arrested Jos. G. Godfrey at Pine Hill, and sent him off to Fort Lafayette. Nearly all the gunboats in Albemarle Sound have gone to James River.--The Yankees are running off negroes from all parts of the coast. About 600 have been taken, who fled from Currituck and Camden counties to their Yankee protectors at Suffolk and Norfolk. Thomas A. Jordan, James Freeman, James Wiggins, William Beeman, and five or six other prominent citizens of Gates county, have been arrested and carried to Suffolk. A body of 2,000 Yankees