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whole. If the North refused to take Virginia's ultimatum, where should she go? He intended to exhaust every honorable effort to save the Union; but if the North refused to meet us in this spirit of conciliation, then he would say, unhesitatingly, go with the South. Mr. Tredway closed by reiterating the assurance that if any man could present a feasible plan for the reconstruction of the Union, and a settlement of differences, he would willingly accept it. Mr. Montague, of Middlesex, took the floor, and said he had some views to offer, but it would be utterly impossible for him to close this evening. He would, however, if there was no objection, commence his remarks, and conclude to-morrow. No objection being made, Mr. Montague went on to congratulate the gentleman who had last spoken, for he believed he would soon be ready to go with him South. All the gentlemen who had spoken on the other side, admitted that the Government, as it now stands, does not give saf