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ur brave soldiers in Virginia would conquer the proud cohorts of Lincoln. But suppose-our brave and gallant brethren shall be driven out of the Old Dominion, shall we yield up our arms and give up the contest ? [Loud cries of No ! No !] No ! the blood of our brave men fallen in such a conflict would rise up as incense to nerve every Southern arm, and invigorate every Southern heart to redoubled efforts in this great cause for liberty and justice. The speaker was loudly applauded. Gen. Duff Green, a venerable patriarch of three-score years and ten, delivered a philosophical disquisition upon the relative merits of the free labor of the North and the slave labor of the South, and the way to increase the stability of our own Government. He was listened to with marked and profound attention. On the second day, an interesting discussion took place on the subjects engaging the attention of the Convention, and a resolution was adopted declaring the willingness of the cotton pla