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inson, Mr. English, of Henrico, Mr. Dyerly, of Roanoke, and Mr. Burwell, of Bedford, the three latter members of the Legislature of Virginia. But the most popular speech made on the occasion seemed to be that of a gentleman from Kentucky, named McDaniel, who voluntarily asked permission of the meeting, as a mechanic and a refugee from Kentucky, and as one who had been in the service ever since the war began, to occupy about ten minutes of their time. Some portions of this gentleman's remarks wthe large number of well dressed and well fed Maryland refugees skulking about this city, who had come over to Dixie from patriotic motives, but were unwilling to shoulder a musket in defence of the South, were also dealt with they deserved. Mr. McDaniel advocated the propriety of compelling all foreigners to go in the service or forcing them to leave the Confederacy; in these days of scarcity and distress it was as much as we could do to take care of those who were aiding us in whipping the i