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r, I tender you our services, as stated in said paper. This is a copy taken by me from the original, which I retain for the purpose of enlarging the number. We expect to increase the number to fifty. Our people in this county, I think, are in favor of immediate secession, but need to be aroused. We have active friends, earnestly at work, whose labors are telling with striking effect. We have invited Gov. Wise to address us on the 22d. The subject will be publicly discussed next week in Greene, and the week after in Culpeper. I think it quite probable that a Convention of this State will he held. The immediate secession of one or more cotton States will greatly strengthen us in Virginia. We are looking with the greatest anxiety to South Carolina, and it would greatly cheer and strengthen us if we can be apprized that she will promptly secede. Yours truly. "To the Governor of South Carolina:--The undersigned citizens of Madison county. Virginia, believing that South