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Political. --Ex-Governor Wise was to speak at Norfolk last night in advocacy of his Princess Anne resolutions. Hon. John M. Botts spoke in Portsmouth Wednesday night, At a Union meeting in Norfolk Wednesday night, resolutions were adopted, among which were the following: That it is unreasonable to regard the elevation of any citizen to the Presidency, who shall be duty elected by a constitutional majority of the people, as an act of aggression, or from which, of itself, we may infeNorfolk Wednesday night, resolutions were adopted, among which were the following: That it is unreasonable to regard the elevation of any citizen to the Presidency, who shall be duty elected by a constitutional majority of the people, as an act of aggression, or from which, of itself, we may infer designs hostile to our rights and liberties. That we have sufficient confidence in the people of the United States, in their love of the Union and reverence for the laws, to believe that they will, upon all just occasions, oppose and resist any clear violation of the Constitution, whether attempted in wantonness or under the forms of law. But we hold, that to anticipate and assume such violation, under existing circumstances, is at once unwise and unjust, and we shall regard the appointm
New York, Oct. 30. --Cleared, schr. Florida, Norfolk. Boston, Oct. 29. --Cleared, schr. S. A. Smiter, Fredericksburg, Va.