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"Give up that Sword." By request, we publish the following, which originally appeared in the Richmond Whig: I hear that a deputation of the ladies of Virginia intend waiting on General Sco't and demanding the sword he received from his native State. As I cannot go in person, I send you the following lines to the old gentleman, hoping they may act as a persuader to "Fuss and Feathers " to give up the sword. If you think them worthy of publication, insert them in the Weekly Whig, as I take that paper. A Virginia Mother. Give up that sword, old trailor. To the State of the gallant and free; Who blushes with shame to know she hath found The first base trailor in thee. Freedom or death was the cry First heard on thy native pisins, As it came from Henry's imprisoned lips More thrilling than martial strains! To that war-cry our freemen railied And clamored to meet the foc. And drive the invaders from their sacred home, Or nobly in death lie low. S