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independent Government at Montgomery, was it not wrong to refuse to look to that fact, and to persist in these impotent efforts towards an amicable relation with the one at Washington? True statesmanship, he conceived, was governed by circumstances, and so every member ought to be governed, without reference to any card that he might have published before the election. The man who to-day insists that the course of Virginia should be controlled by circumstances as they existed on the 1st day of January, closes his eyes to the events that have been transpiring around us. Mr. Barbour would go into no Free-Soil Government, separated from the seceded States. If they are brought back, it will have to be done by regular treaty and annexation. They would never, he contended, give up their Government, wholly devoted as it was to their interests, on a mere sentiment of attachment to old Virginia. The majority report recognizes the fact that there are two Governments, and desires to co