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te with competent officers.
Our citizens are brave.
We are better organized than any other State in the Union.
Every county has its volunteer company, armed and equipped, most of them, and accustomed to military discipline.
We are well supplied with guns and ammunition.
The Harper's Ferry raid has put us on a war footing, and events have kept us so. In the U. S. army we have the greatest military genius of the age — so pronounced by General Scott and all the army officers.
I mean Major General Lee.
He is a son of Virginia, and will be true to her. At home, in Richmond, you have one of the finest Regiments in the world.
Its Colonel has in his veins that Celtic blood which always seeks the hottest front of battle and conquers there.
Its General has proved his courage on the plains of Mexico.
Moreover, we have Henry A. Wise — a two-edged sword of living fire.--Would to Heaven, he was Governor now.--Yes, we can do a good deal.
We can fight.
It the Abolitionists are determined