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he train moved off three cheers were again given with a hearty good will.
The people of this State are entirely a unit.--There are no party lines now; all such distinctions are buried, and East, West, North, and South, of the Old North State, rally man to man, heart to heart, in defence of the liberties of the South.
In feeling and sentiment, North Carolina is out of the Lincoln Government, and instead of meeting under the once glorious Stars and Stripes, now the dirty insignia of Abraham Lincoln, she rallies her sons under the Confederate flag — determined to have liberty or death.
North Carolina will never turn back; her people have taken the honor and keeping of the State in their own hands, and they will not wait for the incitements of eloquence.
Their hearts leap to the summons and their blades to her defence, as to the cry of her mother.
I have attended many meetings since I arrived in Raleigh, brought about by this great crisis, and I firmly believe that no State in th