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) a population of about three thousand. A conversation with John Janney--Yankee construction of his Opinions — no hope of a return to th other." The correspondent gives an account of an interview with John Janney, the President of the Virginia Convention, which, barring the diginia gentleman, of whom history will have a word to say. I mean John Janney, the President of the Virginia Convention at Richmond that votedld-time manners, plainly showed the fine old Virginia gentleman. Mr. Janney is now about sixty-five, and has been of late months in feeble hehe Disunionists, and the secession was voted by a large majority, Mr. Janney, with some others, holding out to the last. The Convention droops into Alexandria! When the time for the popular vote came, John Janney gave for his voice for secession. The invasion, State-rights, awever, that I could detect a dawning consciousness in the mind of Mr. Janney, of how he, and conservative minded men like him, had been used b