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n tendered to the Governor to-day, who are ready to march instantly upon any service our Governor may command. A special train leaves here to-night, to carry the above Proclamation to the distant counties of the West. We all waited anxiously at the telegraph office to-night, hoping to hear that the Ordinance of Secession had passed your Convention, but no such information came. If Virginia does not act promptly, we cannot wait for her; indeed, we are not waiting now, but seizing upon every thing belonging to the Federal Government in our State, and preparing for the conflict. Col. C. C. Tew, of the Hillsboro' Military Academy, has been sent by the Governor to take command of the troops in Fort Macon. We had an enthusiastic meeting here last night, when such men as Gov. Manly and John W. Syme, editor of the Register, urged the immediate secession of North Carolina from the Union. Both of these gentlemen have been up to a recent date strong Union men. Hiawatha.