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[for the Rockingham Register.] Messrs. Editors: In your paper of the 28th of February, in an article over the nature of "Key," I am charged with have "rushed violently to certain conclusions from doubtful premises, " in my communication your paper of the 21st of the same month "on behalf of myself and the Catholics Harrisonburg." "Key" also asserts that conclusions were to pipled over by the expostion of Mr. Byrd. Although "Key" says that he has no intention to call in question piety or morality, yet the certificate of Byrd, which he subjoins, would seem to peach not lightly my veracity. I pass over Mr. Byrd's "failure to award the use of the Church to Father Bixio," and the fierce struggle between the Church of room and Protestantism in by-gone days. We live now in more enlightened times, and people boast of being more eminently Christians than in those times when palaces and however burnt, and nobles and peasants slaugitered, on account of religion. Those time