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en to two such unprincipled and un traitors as these are known to be. for an election of a member to represent the cities of Norfolk and Portsmouth and the counties of Norfolk, Flansemond, Princess Anne and Isle of Wight in the present Yankee Congress is out. The voting is to be a test of alle and those refusing to vote are to be subject pains and penalties" to which disloyal and people are liable. Among the candidates mentioned for this seat of infamy, I may mention those of L. C. P. Cowper and John O' Lawrence. The first of this brace of worthies is a lawyer of city, who rendered himself infamously by voting for Lincoln; and then, to escape the indignation of the people, (which, by the way, threatened something more than words) published a card, declaring his love for his native South and his determination to dedicate to her service two nephews, then under his charge. He is now a boasting, brazen faced traitor, and has received a portion of the reward of his treason