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Lieut.-Gov. Price. The sensible and dignified speech of Lieutenant-Governor Price, on taking the Chair of the Senate, breathes a calm and resolute spirit characteristic of the man and becoming the times. Mr. Price will be a most worthy successor of Lieutenant-Governor Montague, and should any contingency call him to the Executive Chair, he has every quality of head and heart that the great occasion demands. With such a Chief Magistrate as Governor Smith, whose abilities have been so often proved in the council, and whose valor in the field has shown conspicuous among a host of heroes, and such a Lieutenant-Governor as Samuel Price, of Greenbrier, the old flag- ship will feel in every timber the touch of master spirits at her helm, and ride victorious through the fiercest storm.