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led. The credentials of a Virginia Senator. It is rather mortifying to the people of Virginia to find that Mr. Joseph Segar, their representative to the United States Senate, has been denied a seat in that august body by a very decisive voton appears to be based upon the fact that Virginia is "a State in armed rebellion"--a little circumstance that probably Mr. Segar, in his hurry to take the boat for Washidgton, had overlooked. Mr. Charles Sumner, a citizen of Massachusetts, who is more fortunate than Mr. Segar in occupying a seat in the Federal Senate, took a very sensible view of the matter. He could not see — what nobody else can see — the propriety of a Virginia representative in a Yankee Senate. He said: It will beYork Custom-House, 2,000 bales, 2,000 barrels turpentine, North Carolina; J. H. Maddox and W. R. Lount, recommended by Joseph Segar, 2,000 barrels rosin, 2,000 barrels turpentine, 500 boxes tobacco, Virginia and North Carolina; A. O. Brummel, recomme