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Louisa. --On Monday Louisa held a second and very large meeting, A. F. Butler in the Chair, J. P. Thompson Secretary. Speeches were made by F. V. Winston, W. H. Crank, and Jas, L. Gordon. Resolutions were unanimously adopted — in favor of immediate secession, and the union of Virginia with the Southern Confederacy--deprecating the course of the Convention — against a Conference with the Border States as merely a "device for delay"--denouncing as worthy of the scorn and reprobation of every true Virginian, any members of the Convention who may be in correspondence with the Black Republican Administration, directly or indirectly, devising means by which Virginia is to be held to the North--that the Convention should adjourn sine die --that any man who denies the sovereignty of Virginia "is a traitor to her rights, a falsifier of her history, and unworthy to be trusted in this hour of trial" --complimentary to Senators Hunter and Mason, and to the Hon. D. C. Dejarnette, and to Mr.
For Hire. --A Servant Boy, about 17 years old, raised on a farm, but with two years experience in a tobacco factory, and some little acquaintance with general house work. Also, a Servant Girl, of about the same age, accustomed to work on a farm. To secure good homes, terms will be made very liberal. Apply to Charles H. Winston. Richmond Female Institute. ap 1--ts