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ible these several hundred citizens inviting Mr. Botts to come out, have not yet secured a seat forrn Republican, and should vote in a body for Mr. Botts, and thus secure the services of such a powe And now, Mr. Editor, as the feelings of Mr. Botts may be quieted about my status, allow me to make a few remarks on as many points of Mr. Botts' logic. Mr. Botts says a single vote in the Convr has and never will behold again. I say to Mr. Botts, if the Southern States are true and loyal t, and so independent in itself that not only Mr. Botts would bow down in humble acknowledgment, butthe earth would become tributaries thereto. Mr. Botts says one State to separate herself from the ehensible act of voluntary enslavement. Mr. Botts will not take upon trust the work of Yancey, Rhett, Pickens, Toombs, and Davis. I say to Mr. Botts, that he has called over the names of true Sto give my opinion upon a few more points of Mr. Botts' logic, I have already trespassed upon my or[2 more...]
n this connection, it may not be amiss to state that however much Gen Scott may love Virginia, he has taken special pains not to visit any of her representatives during his present sojourn in Washington. Heretofore, he has been invariably quite social and intimate with them. The nomination of Messrs. Randolph, Steger, and Robertson, in your city, and Messrs. Goggin and Kirkpatrick in Lynchburg, gives great satisfaction to Southern men here. But the Tribune says,"that patriots like Messrs. Botts, Barbour, Clemens, and Stuart, will have a clear majority of twenty-eight in the Convention." Heaven forbid! I could give the names of a party of traitors, where of "this correspondence" was one, who were busily engaged till a late hour last night in sending off the magnificent articles contributed by one "Bland," to the Richmond Ecuminer. Better antidote to the Clemens, Etheridge poison, there is none. Wealthy and working men of the North are here by scores, trying to hold wat