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by backing up Gen. Jackson. No man of any reputation, who expects to remain long in Virginia, as we predicted last week, took ground in favor of revolution. John S. Burdett, Carlile and Tarr, are the chiefs among the revolutionists. Men of State reputation will not hazard their good names in such a cause. There are about eighty counties in Western Virginia. Of these only twenty-seven--one-third --are claimed to have been represented; and of the twenty-seven, Marion, Wetzel, Barbour, Wirt, Lewis, Jackson, Roane, Gilmer, Upshur, and various others, will give majorities against division and for secession, and therefore were misrepresented. Then there are Frederick, Hampshire, Berkeley, and perhaps other counties, included in the twenty-seven, all of which will give four to one for secession, and would give ten to one against division, and therefore were most grossly and outrageously misrepresented. George Senseney, the only delegate from Frederick, acknowledged that he had not