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at the daughters of Virginia would chant their praises, place the choicest garlands upon their graves, and transmit their deeds in grateful remembrance to their children. I merely give your readers an idea of the tone of his sentiments. Wm. Wakefield, another of the seventy-five, comes out in a card this morning in the Transcript, disclaiming disloyalty to Virginia. Hear him: "Messrs. Editors: I see in your paper my name as one of the men that voted against secession. In voting and have never been North to be imbued with Northern principles; neither have I ever read the Black Republican platform. I know nothing of their politics. "By giving this a place in your columns, you will oblige, Yours respectfully, "Wm. Wakefield. "Portsmouth, May 28, 1861." There is nothing more of public interest occurring here. Old Dominion P. S.--I hear that a large number of mattresses and bedding have been seen floating about Old Point. It is supposed that