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uthwest, and her own soil settled by John Brown rowdies, and Kansas shriekers, and Chicago bullies.
But does she decide — as God grant she may!--to cast in her lot with the seceded States?
Then, a glorious future a waits the Old Dominion.
A brilliant destiny is before her, as the acknowledged leader of homogeneous States, entering upon a career of glory, with every prospect of success, and with all the elements of future empire.
Then, will Virginia show that her race of great men is not extinct; and then will she evince that she has not yet reached the acme of her fame --that point where nations begin to exhibit signs of degeneracy and decay — having but just fairly entered upon her career of prosperity and renown.
Dear old Virginia!
we love you, we know not how to give you up. Oh, for some voice like Patrick Henry's to overcome the present submission majority in your Convention!
To every true son of Virginia we say, "Come with us, and we will do thee good!"