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essity of good order in the proceeding was urged, through the influence of which alone the proper weight and dignity could be given to a primary assemblage of the people. On motion of Mr. Brooke, Messrs. John Purcell, Thomas W. McCance, Thomas H. Wynne and James Alfred Jones were elected Vice Presidents. On motion of Mr. Todd, Mr. John Bell Bigger was appointed Secretary. Mr. Wm. F. Watson moved that Messrs. O. J. Wise, Wm. Old, Jr., and Robert Ridgway be also appointed Secretarimoved that twelve tellers be appointed. Adopted. The Chairman appealed to outsiders to preserve order. It was a shame that the people could not hold a primary meeting without being subjected to constant interruptions. (Applause.) Mr. Thos. H. Wynne seconded the nomination of Mr. Munford, and read a letter from that gentleman in answer to a call made upon him through the Enquirer, expressing firm devotion to the South in this crisis, and consenting to the use of his name, While willing