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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--Yo
after ask to be heard.
In Caroline county, Va., on the 10th inst., a meeting was held, which adopted resolutions advising a convention in this State, denying the right of coercion, and asserting the right of secession.
The letter of Secretary Cobb to the people of Georgia has just been printed, and will be dispatched South at once.
After referring to the origin and purposes of the Black Republican party, he says:
Can there be a doubt in any intelligent mind that the object which