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threw bouquets in showers over the heads of the people. Now, anywhere else, and under any other circumstances, God forbid that I should utter one word against this feeling of respect shown to the dead; but when we consider the position in which Norfolk stands toward the Union at this moment, and the utter contempt they have shown toward Unionist and the Administration of the United States, it does seem to me — and it will be odd it the public do not think so, too — that the ends of humanly couhat such displays, no matter how good or humane the intent, have the effect of encouraging disloyalty and crushing out entirely whatever Union feeling is existing, no man in his senses can doubt, and I am informed by parties well acquainted with Norfolk, and on whose word I can rely, that in that large crowd there were many Unionists drawn there because on such an occasion to have remained away would have made them marked men, perhaps doomed ones, in the event of the rebels ever returning. Suc