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Secession movement at the South. letter from Secretary Cobb--Union Movements at the North--the call of the Mayor of Philadelphia for a Union meeting, &c, Col. Philip St. George Cocke, of Powhatan county, Va, has written a letter to the Richmond Examiner on the present state of affairs. After recounting the injuries inflicted on the South by the North, he says: What, then, shall we of Virginia and the South do?. We should promptly and with one voice say to the North--You have violated the spirit and broken the letter of the great constitutional compact which our fathers made unto your fathers. You have set at naught the laws of God and man; and you have broken all the bonds that can bind man to his fellow man. You stand convicted of sedition, perjury and treason. You have rendered it impossible that we of the South can consent longer to live under the same government with you. You have subverted the Constitution of your country. You have destroyed the unio