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Virginia to the Confederate Congress, was a commitment well deserved. It could not have been bestowed on one more worthy as a patriot, and a patriot who has proved his devotion by his sacrifices. Nor could it have been well bestowed on one more entitled to it for mental qualifications. Mr. Russell would have adorned the position, and would have worthily and ably represented his State in the Confederate Senate.
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