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at vain are all attempts at effecting a lodgement upon Virginia soil by the invading multitudes. The spirit of our fathers is at last aroused from the Potomac to the Rio Grande. What nerves our brave men is the folly, the wickedness of a war upon the masses who have resolved to judge of their own institutions and select their own rulers, and in addition to the determination that they will never be subject to those who would hem in and control them. The idea of re-union is absurd The "Rubicon is passed, the decision has been made, and we are now two peoples" A thousand times better be such, than one in name with hearts fearfully estranged, as has been the case for years past. Indeed, Natured called for a division of the nation. We were too vast in territory. Only a few years will elapse and a third nation will be formed out of the territory west of the Rocky Mountains Let us pray the God of Battles to guide us in the path of right, and in that path to grant us success; a