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he South, will say aye." "Those opposed, and in favor of Virginia remaining attached to the old Union, and with the North, will say no." Some seven or eight voting no, and the balance (about one thousand) voting aye. Where is the Union party of Rockingham ? If you could have heard the prolonged about of aye that almost rent the building, your heart would have rejoiced as did mine. Secession men are filled to overflowing with glory to-day, and old grey-haired sages proclaim yesterday the proudest day they ever saw in old Rockingham. Geo. H. Chisman and Chas. H. Lewis, both unconditional Union men, attempted to stifle the public voice by declaring it no time to take a vote of the sort; but the people recollected that when the Union element was in a majority, at the time of the canvass for members of the Convention, they lost no opportunity to have a vote of the people at public meetings. Truly, they change their tactics. They retired from the Court-House, with seven or eight others,