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Gen. Smith's Address. --The African Church was packed to overflowing last night, and many were unable to gain admission, to hear the speech which was delivered, according to appointment, by Gen. Wm. Smith, Governor elect of the State of Virginia. Governor S. spoke over one hour and a half, during which he signified very plainly his desire to see every man able to bear arms in the army and as far as would be in his power after his inauguration as Governor, he was determined no laggards should remain behind. The extortioners came in for their share of just censure, and will doubtless feel the weight of his authority in due course of time. At the conclusion of Gov. S's remarks, the Rev. Mr. Marshall, lately exiled from Vicksburg, Miss., being called for, came forward and made a stirring speech. It has seldom been our privilege to listen to more chaste and eloquent remarks than were uttered by this gentleman, and the only regret is that the late hour at which the meeting adjo