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12th ult, for delegates to a Convention of the new State, and quite a number of anti-new State candidates were announced. A few days previous to the election, a large and enthusiastic meeting was held in Wheeling, which was addressed by Hon. Sherrard Clemens and Mr. Richardson. In alluding to Mr. Clemen's speech, the Intelligencer, the Black Republican paper in Wheeling says: "He was greeted with applause. He belched forth such a vindictive tirade of abuse against the restored Governmrated, and the temptations which he had encountered in his efforts to keep his hands clear of the business. He pitched into Gov. Pierpont, Auditor Crane, Senator Wiley, Gen. Wheat, A. B. Caldwell, and all their principles and practices. "Mr. Clemens announced himself as a Butternut, and said that, although he had been under a cloud somewhat for a long period, he had always been unalterably opposed to the division of Virginia" Speaking of the speech of Mr. Richardson at the same meet