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and there is nothing so sweet to the fanatic as the blood of a coward whom he has long been wont to fear. V ΠVictis will be her lot. The fate of her submissionists will be doubly severe. --They will have to endure the wrath of the people they have betrayed, and of the fanatics who despise and scout them. The one will hang them for scorn and shame; the other will butcher them for the love of blood. The only honorable, the only safe policy for Virginia now, is that which she pursued in 1776. Her Tories then cried peace, peace, but she said that there was no peace. The whole wisdom of her policy, and the whole sources of her success, was embodied in the thrilling words of Henry, which she made her own:--"Sir, we must fight; I repeat it sir, we must fight." Her best policy, her safest course, is to show fight, and put away the white feather; to get up from her knees and prepare for war; to cease the whine of Union, Conference, submission, and raise the shout of defiance, even tho