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A Traitor Betrayed. Sherrard Clemens, of Wheeling, who ones represented his district in Congress, and who was a member of the Virginia State Convention of 1861, has published an address to the people of Northwestern Virginia, in which he bitterly complains of the treatment he is receiving at the hands of his Abolition friends. Clemens was opposed to the new State movement, and received numerous invitations to address the people upon that subject pending the recent election. The friends of the movement and the military, however, determined that he should not be heard, and wherever his appointments were made he met the military or unruly New State menquestions involved should take place between himself and the Auditor of the Wheeling Government. The Auditor spoke the full period of his allotted time, but when Clemens attempted to reply, he was prevented from concluding his remarks by threatened and actual violence. An egg was thrown at him while speaking. In consideration of