rom Alabama, so many from South Carolina, so many from Tennessee, &c. It is suggested that several of our Zouave regiments should also vote on the other side.
Bilty Wilson's men are used to the importation of voters business, and were never yet known to be beaten at an election.--We have not the least idea that Virginia will go f to be. We don't suppose the Express will correct the falsehood, and don't care whether it does or not. We only desire to call attention to the patronizing of the Wilson thieves and cut-throats by Brooks of the New York Express.--All we have to say to him is, send on your Billy Wilsons--come yourself with them — and don't be talking about it. It by no means follows that because the Wilson bullies are allowed to hold tallow-fac and emasculated debauches of New York in terror, they can scare a people who have ever held life as of inferior value to honor.
We earnestly hope that if the so-called conservative press of New York endorses and approves the sys