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Col. Baldwin's position. Richmond, May 12, 1861. My Dear Sir: Geo. M. Cochran, Req.--I have received yours of the 10th inst., and I concur very fully in your views as to the importance of presenting an undivided front at the Out hope now is in making ready for the b that is in us. The Union is gone fore we mayly time to say that I have written a letter to a gentleman in Pennsylvania, a copy of which I send you, and which you may have published in the newspapers. John B. Baldwin. In great haste, yours truly, Col. Baldwin's letter to G. B. Manley, Esq. Richmond, Va., May 10, 1861. Dear Sir: I have received your letter andCol. Baldwin's letter to G. B. Manley, Esq. Richmond, Va., May 10, 1861. Dear Sir: I have received your letter and hasten to reply in the same spirit of kindness which, I doubt not, prompted you to write. 1st. As to the popular vote, on the Ordinance of Secession. There is not a shadow of doubt as to the ratification of the Ordinance by a vote which, for unanimity, has no example in the history of popular elections. Many of ou