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Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.Dinner to Ex-Governor Floyd. Charlottesville, Va., Jan. 18, 1861. Our Town Hall was crowded last night to its utmost capacity, to hear Ex-Gov. Floyd and Hon. A. G. Brown, of Mississippi, who arrived here yesterday. Gov. F., after being introduced to the audience by Prof. James P. Holcombe in a most eloquent and appropriate manner, made an elaborate, able and masterly appeal in behalf of the rights of the South, and exhibited, in a striking light, the dangers which now threaten the people of Virginia. His speech was received with the warmest applause.--He was followed by the distinguished Senator from Mississippi, who, in a brief but eloquent speech, enumerated some of the causes which had induced his State to dissolve her connection with the Federal Union, and expressed the hope that ere long Virginia would join her in a glorious Southern Confederacy. He drew a graphic picture of the stolid indifference with which the recent rem