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sponding. There are in all communities some people whose eyes always fall on the dark side of every picture, and who are disposed to succumb at even the indications of disaster. It would be remarkable if we had not some such amongst us; but it is gratifying to know that the number is very small, even in those portions of our State which have been overrun by the enemy. The spirit and courage of the large mass of the people has never flagged. Each new wrong has inspired new resolution. Bach new out rage has but nerved them for a more determined and desperate struggle in behalf of the cause. Virginia went into this contest after the most serious and calm consideration, with a firm resolve to do her whole duty to herself and her confederate sisters — to take all the consequences, however horrible they might be. Her people have never quailed — nor have they murmured under the repeated wrongs and aggressions they have suffered. She was not the first to enter this struggle, nor wil