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The Vindication of the South. [from the Richmond, Va., Times, October 22, 1899.] Brilliant Address of Hon. B. B. Munford. An array of Facts—the right of secession is set forth Unmistakably. The sentiment in the North. The South not alone in its interpretation of the Constitutionvir-ginia's love for the Union—the institution of Slavery— good of the negroes. At the unveiling of the monument to the Confederate soldiers of Accomac and Northampton at Parksley, Friday last, Hon. Beverley B. Munford, of this city, delivered an address which excited widespread interest, and brought out facts unknown to the majority of the present generation. Mr. Munford, after an appropriate allusion to the West-Harmanson Camp of Confederate Veterans, under whose leadership the monument had been erected, proceeded to portray the heroic conduct of the Confederate soldiers from Accomac and Northampton counties. Cut off from the balance of the State, their section early passed under the contr<