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form Convention" of Virginia, respectively, "Mr. Lyons graces every station to which he is called. tinct recollection of the impression made by Mr. Lyons upon the Southern Commercial Convention, helf some of the ablest statesmen of the South, Mr. Lyons gained a reputation of which any one might be respect in any company, high or low. "Mr. Lyons has discharged the duties of President of th rules of debate. Upon the whole, we regard Mr. Lyons as a fine specimen of a Virginia gentleman, outh." Such was the impression made by James Lyons as the President of an intelligent Southernthe part of the South. As far back as 1856, Mr. Lyons came out unqualifiedly in favor of a separato independence." Such was theappeal of James Lyons to his countrymen in 1856. The contingencyperhaps it is well for us that it did not as Mr. Lyons was obviously in advance of our people respeure of redress" In the canvass of 1860, Mr. Lyons, in his many speeches, declared that he had [6 more...]