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"Monsieur Tonson come Again." --For the third time, the Virginia Convention, which was elected with a sole view to the subject of Secession, will, ere long, assemble in our city. How long it will sit, how often it will be reassembled, is beyond the power of mortal to predict. There is no prophet living in these days who can tell how long the war and the Virginia Convention will last. We are of opinion that, however long the duration of the war, the Virginia Convention will survive it, and that, after the flood has abated, and the Ark of Southern Independence has landed upon Mount Ararat, the Virginia Convention will continue to flap its wings, like a solemn raven, over the subsiding waters. We know of no dynasty in Europe which bids fair to endure as long. We have reason to apprehend that it will not consider its mission fulfilled till all the political structures of the earth have been remodelled upon its plan, till ware have come to an end in all parts of the world, and