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SUMMARY OF PASSING EVENTS.…

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AMERICA. The military authorities at Richmond have declare the late elections null and void, on the ground that tne soldiers who had absented themselves to serve intne Federal army were excluded from voting, under tne pretext of want of necessary residence qualifications, Whilst rebel soldiers were not thus excluded. issue at the elections was between those who aide^ the rebellion and those who defended the country, the former should notbe installed in office or entrustea j. with.po.wet.. The..officials elected have appoi»te<1 a committee to confer with the President. Numerous prominent pardoned rebels of Carolina have been designated as delegates to State Convention. It is reported that they will cot" ^l .the Convention and oppose the North_ Carolina to the tlnion as a free State. Unionists are;organising'an opposition to prevent t^0 Convention being heM. The Governpr of North Carolina denies that th0 habitants of that State manifest any ill feeling toW^1, the Northern emigrants or show any disposition rebel should the! troops be withdrawn. The Governor and the military authorities of h0 T? bave issued a proclamation, warning all yy* aided the rebellion against voting at the ^0 personal and political friends of Mr. have held a meeting at New York to adopt to secure his speedy trial and engage able counsel his defence. = ° H

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