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Fires in North Carolina. --The Petersburg Express learns from a gentleman who reached that city on Monday, that the extensive tobacco factory of George W. Thompson, at Milton, N. C., was totally destroyed by fire a few evenings since. Mr. John Irvin lost 20,000 lbs. loose tobacco, which had been stored in the building, and Mr. James Burton had 40 boxes of manufactured, which was burnt. The building was valued at $2,500.--No insurance on factory or its contents. The tobacco factory of Mr. Green Williams, in Person county, N. C., was destroyed by fire on the night of Monday, the 18th ult. One thousand boxes of manufactured tobacco were consumed in the building. Loss $20,000. No insurance.
dollar notes to the amount of five per cent. of their capital. Major George W. Brent asked permission to sign the Ordinance of Secession, being necessarily absent on military duties when that ordinance was signed. Under a standing order, permission was granted. Major B. gave us most encouraging news from Manassas, whither he returns immediately. Mr. Fisher submitted a resolution, which was adopted, that the Committee on the Constitution be directed to inquire whether Geo. W. Thompson, a Judge of the twentieth Circuit Court in this State, has been guilty of treasonable conduct, or other conduct such as will justify his removal from office. The regular order of the day was now called up, in reference to suspending payment on public debt, coupons, &c., except the sterling bonds payable in London. A substitute was submitted, providing that the interest be paid in Richmond in currency. Mr. James Barbour opposed any proposition which would hand over $700,00