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Nottoway. --The people of Nottoway have added their influential voice to the thunder peal of indignant demand for independence which the coercive policy of the Administration is awakening from all Virginia. At the meeting held at the Court-House, on the 4th of April, spirited resolutions were passed, condemning the dilatory proceedings of the Convention; heartily approving the course of that true Virginia gentleman, their gallant representative, Lewis E. Harvie; in favor of an immediate ONottoway have added their influential voice to the thunder peal of indignant demand for independence which the coercive policy of the Administration is awakening from all Virginia. At the meeting held at the Court-House, on the 4th of April, spirited resolutions were passed, condemning the dilatory proceedings of the Convention; heartily approving the course of that true Virginia gentleman, their gallant representative, Lewis E. Harvie; in favor of an immediate Ordinance of Secession; opposed to any proposition looking to delay, and to a conference of the Border Slave States, before Virginia shall have passed her Ordinance of Secession; opposed to any other proposition being made by Virginia to the Northern States, for the settlement of the present difficulties; and earnestly entreating Western Virginia to unite and make common cause with the East. The meeting was addressed in spirited and able speeches, advocating immediate secession, by J. H. Campbel