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sooner see Virginia go down among the breakers than have her unite her destinies with her Southern sisters. He then went on to show that the hobgoblins of direct taxation and a reopening of the African slave trade, had been effectually put down by the proceedings of the Congress at Montgomery. Even if the slave trade were to be re-opened, how could the slave property of Virginia be in a worse position than in a Northern Confederacy? The speaker proceeded to reply to the positions of Mr. Goggin, in regard to the tobacco latest of Virginia, and showed that in a confederacy with the North the results to the planter would be ruinous. He charged that all the disasters had been brought upon the country by a long series of systematic aggressions by the Northern people upon the South, commencing in 1820. Subsequently Abolition societies were organized throughout all the Northern States. Their emissaries under every guise were sent among us to incite our slaves to insurrection and reb