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2d. Here there will be but one of each, and only one set of books to be kept by the Registers for the entire department, so as to prevent an increase of clerical force. This is the system recommended by Alexander Hamilton, and adopted by the Government in 1728, by the appointment of only one Auditor; but subsequently changed. As a precedent, however, of the early and purer days of our once mighty Republic, it has received the reverence and sedition of the conscientious Secretary. Those steamer Lady Davis, purchased by the Navy Department from the Governor of South Carolina, was to-day paid for by the Government. She cost $32,000. The people here are amazed and mortified at the course of the recent traitors in a portion of North western Virginia. It is sincerely hoped that the toad spotted wretch, Carlile, the leader in the conspiracy, will be held swiftly accountable for the cowardly treason he is committing against the sovereign Commonwealth of Virginia. Montgomery.
t to be anything else than that. It was opened with prayer by an Englishman, who, of course, has no love for Virginia. Gen. Jackson made the first speech, and look strong ground against making any movement now for the division of the State John S. Carlile followed on the other side — But Mr. Willey, of Monongalia, killed the snake by backing up Gen. Jackson. No man of any reputation, who expects to remain long in Virginia, as we predicted last week, took ground in favor of revolution. John S. Burdett, Carlile and Tarr, are the chiefs among the revolutionists. Men of State reputation will not hazard their good names in such a cause. There are about eighty counties in Western Virginia. Of these only twenty-seven--one-third --are claimed to have been represented; and of the twenty-seven, Marion, Wetzel, Barbour, Wirt, Lewis, Jackson, Roane, Gilmer, Upshur, and various others, will give majorities against division and for secession, and therefore were misrepresented. Then the
Garrett Davis instructing Virginia. A friend has sent us a hand-bill, extensively circulated in Western Virginia, purporting to be written by Garrett Davis, of Kentucky, in which that person undertakes to give his opinion and advice as to what the honor of Virginia and Kentucky demand. Let him give his advice to those who ask it, of whom there are not many, we venture to say, in Kentucky, and none at all, except Carlile & Co., in Virginia.