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Late Northern news. We have been furnished with a number of copies of Baltimore and New York journals of late dates. From their columns we make up the following summary of news: The Bogus Union Convention of North Carolina--how it Originated. Some time since there appeared in this paper resolutions purporting to be passed by a Convention of Unionists at Hatteras Inlet, which Convention, it was intimated, largely represented the feelings of the population in that State, it being attended by delegates from forty-five counties. The New York Sun, (a Union paper,) of the 10th inst., however, pronounces the whole affair to be a farce. This it does on the authority of a private letter received in New York, dated Camp Wool, Hatteras Inlet, Nov. 30, which says: As for the Union Government in N. Carolina, I fear it is nothing but a big farce. The resolutions which you no doubt have read in the papers, began with something like this: "We, the people of North Carolina, &c.