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cies, which requested the Governor to give $50, in addition to the United States bounty. Mr. Richard Busteed, corporation counsel of New York, who was imported to stir up the people, made a speech. the rebellion. (A voice, "Fight.") Your fathers, and your brothers, and your sons, continued Mr. Busteed, are out at this solemn hour of the night marshalled in battle array on the James river to deon occurred, and a voice cried out that no negro worshippers were wanted, while another asked Mr. Busteed why he did not go out and fight himself.) Mr. Busteed continued: Whenever I go into the conflMr. Busteed continued: Whenever I go into the conflict, you may depend that I will do so with honor and determination. (Cheers) If I could substitute every rib in my body for an arm or a hand I would not have a bone in my carcass. (Cheers.) I am siy here as you do and I do? (Cries of "Why don't you make them, then?" "Why don't they go? ") Mr. Busteed continued to say that the negro was the cause of this whole trouble, and wound up his speech