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er stand by the side of her sister Southern States. The President then announced the next toast: "South Carolina--The missing Pleiad, upon which every Southerner now vents his hope; upon which the patriot has fixed his love." J. Randolph Tucker, Attorney General of Virginia, was called upon, and in complying, said it there was a sentiment which he could respond to with all his heart, it was a sentiment to South Carolina. He trusted Virginia would be beside her before very long. ion, and slow to believe that secession was the only remedy for our wrongs. He now believed that the only chance for Virginia was to go out at once, and place herself by the side of South Carolina. Go out first and then negotiate. Attorney General Tucker gave-- "The City of Richmond — True to the interests of the South." Gen. August, Senator from Richmond city, being loudly called for, made a brief response, but excused himself from making a speech on account of the lateness of