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journed, Judge Fulton and James W. Sheffey, Esq., of Smyth county, by invitation, addressed the people who were present. Judge Fulton stated that he had seized upon the cars a bag of inflammatory Union documents sent out to the people of Northwestern Virginia, and had had them burned at the Post-Office in this place. He appealed to all to be up and doing; a war stared us in the face; but be not afraid, success would crown our efforts for liberty and our homes. He asked the people of Washington county if they would submit to Lincoln? He wanted a reply. There was a general response, "never! never! never!" That reply he said, did him good to hear. He said if there was one man in the house who intended to vote for remaining under Lincoln's Government, he wanted to see him. Not one such spoke. The Judge was glad to find none here. Mr. Sheffey spoke at length upon the present crisis. He called upon the people to vote for the Ordinance of Secession, and spoke in the highest ter