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cer of toryism. Instead of learning wisdom from the tol ration and forbearance which have been exercised towards them, they have seemed to gather fresh audacity from the entreaties that have been addressed to them. Mistaking the mild measures that have been adopted towards them, in the abundance of moderation, for timidity, they have increased their boldness and abused the patience of the people by openly proclaiming their treasonable arms, and by weakly imitating the unnatural career of Pierpont and Carlile in Northwestern Virginia. believing that they will be able to invite a similar invasion of our State, and subject the peaceful homes of our citizens to the barbarities and outrages of a mercenary soldiery, who have so far given to the country through which they have passed the protection that vultures give to lambs. Such has undoubtedly been the atrocious aim of Nelson and the other conspirators against the peace and unity of the State. They have courted the penalties of
f the Confederate States of America accept the 2d, 3d and 4th clauses of the above cited declaration, and decline to assent to the 1st clause thereof. The Nogus Government. The Washington Republican, of the 6th instant, thus states the mode by which the bogus Western Virginia Government is sustained: The forty-one thousand dollars due Virginia under the land distribution act of 1841, and which that State has hitherto refused to receive, was paid over the other day to Governor Pierpont. English goods for the South. The Massachusetts Shoe and Leather Reporter learns from a gentleman recently in Europe, that Mr. Edward Daily, of Charleston, has a contract for 80,000 pairs of shoes for the Southern army at $2.25 per pair, and has made arrangements in England for filling it at a profit of eighty cents per pair. Large orders for dry goods, boots and shoes, are said to have been given in England for the Southern market, and one light steamer of the Liverpool and