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ention, who was elected as the Union candidate by 521 majority over the Secession candidate. Mr. Barbour, notwithstanding his feeble health, yielded to the earnest solicitations of the people, and meace Conference propositions, and he was called the conservative member of the Cabinet. "Mr. Barbour then referred to the fact, that he had declared in the meeting that mi him as a candidate forResolutions? [Loud cries of "No, No, No, No," resounded from every part of the house.] "Mr. Barbour drew a striking comparison between the present Government of the United states and the Governdanger of war from such a Government as this — not much danger of its hurting anybody.' "Mr. Barbour closed his masterly address amidst loud and long continued applause." On the conclusion of Mr. Barbour's address, H. Shackleford, Esq., rose, and after a brief but stirring and eloquent speech, offered the following resolutions, which were adopted — the first with one dissenting voice,